When was in another country written?
|"In Another Country"|
|Published in||Men Without Women|
|Publication type||short story collection|
Also question is, what are the machines in in another country?
To the major, the machinery in "In Another Country" represents the war machine and man's dependency upon something mechanical that can fail him. The Italian major, who was once a fencing champion, now has a withered hand that is useless to him.
Subsequently, question is, what is the irony in the story in another country? The other irony that we can find from “In Another Country” is this story tells the readers about four soldiers who feel that they lives were meaningless because of their wounds after war. They feel that they lost their trust in people because of those wounds. Their wounds make them have no hope in their lives.
Likewise, people ask, what is the setting of in another country?
Setting. Published in 1926, the short story “In Another Country” by Ernest Hemingway is set in Milan, Italy, most probably during World War I (Hemingway fought in World War I).
What sport does the narrator of in another country play?
The Narrator Character Analysis. An American soldier injured in World War I, the unnamed narrator—widely accepted to be Hemingway's autobiographical alter ego Nick Adams—is undergoing treatment at a hospital in Milan. Before the war he used to play football, but no longer can due to his leg injury.