Indian Camp Themes
Little Words, Big Ideas
Suffering can mean pretty much anything, and "Indian Camp" gives us about as many kinds of suffering as you can get. The first distinction we might make is between physical and mental suffering, wh...
Men and Masculinity
Hemingway has hands-down earned himself the title of World's Manliest Man (here he is hanging out with a bull in case you needed proof), and questions about masculinity, what masculinity is, and ma...
A birth probably isn't the greatest place to contemplate your mortality—or to be exposed to it for the first time, in Nick's case. What began as a lesson about birth swiftly becomes one about dea...
Ah, to be young, and carefree, and—you guessed it—innocent. "Innocent" in this case means something like naïve, unaware, unburdened—basically, it means that when "Indian Camp" begins Nick do...
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