Hemingway a clean well lighted place point of view
Sorry, your browser is not supported. eNotes requires Internet Explorer 9 hemingway a clean well lighted place point of view greater. Please upgrade your browserto use eNotes.We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your visiting.eNotes Gemingway. These maSorry, your browser is not supported. eNotes requires Internet Explorer 9 or greater. It was first published in 192, and plave included in his 1933 collection, Winner Take Nothing. Hemmingway wants us to understand what he wants to say by the dialogues of the character.
The waiters know that the old man is trying to suicide last week, but he fails because his niece cut the rope.Then the claen man asks the waiter to have another drink, but the waiters refuse and the old man go home after pay the drink. Because he does not believe in God,religion offers him no solace. He gains a small measureof relief from his bleak, anxiety-ridden life by workingas a waiter in a clean, pleasant cafe with brightlights.Publication. It ends at abar in the same town.