“It wasn’t any good. He couldn’t tell her, he couldn’t make her see it. It was silly to have said it. He had only hurt her. He went over and took hold of her arm. She was crying with her head in her hands” (Hemingway 76).
Notes: Ignorance and sadness are shown at the same time.
Hemingway, Ernest. In Our Time. “Soldier’s Home.” New York: Scribner, 2003. Print. 69-77.