Monday, May 10, 2010

Blog Design

"Outside we ran across the brickyard. A shell burst short near the river bank. Then there was one that we did no hear coming until the sudden rush. We both went flat and with the flash and bump of the burst and the smell heard the singing off of the fragments and the rattle of falling brick." (Hemingway 53).

We chose the heart with the falling pieces because the war was chipping away and as guns were fired in the war things were slowly falling to pieces. The heart is significant because it includes the second part of the book which is his love for Miss Catherine Barkley.

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