The style of both Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner are very different.
One style, Hemingway being simple and to the point the other, easy enough for the reader to get a quick understanding and clear image of the story.
the scarlet devils and the silver curve of fish” (Faulkner 145).
His description is longer and harder to understand unlike Hemingway which is easier and understandable to read. ” Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama.
The 20th century was a time of great struggles; it was a time of great battles; it was a time of great authors.
One of the most influential and profound authors of that time period is a war veteran named Ernest Hemingway.
The images Hemingway wants to show and describe in his story are put into simple words, which leave no confusion for the reader not to be able to feel or see the story.
However William Faulkner uses a different technique.
The two waiters describe the customer as a “clean old man… Hemingway’s word choice was blunt and to the point.
The word usage does not let the reader get funny ideas or leeway to think anything other than what Hemingway says.