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The article discusses expressive means of E.Hemingway’s writing style of stories. Iceberg theory and intertextuality are studied in the writer’s works as the main artistic peculiarities on the base of some of Hemingway’s stories in this paper. Different similarities and peculiarities of the writer’s style are analyzed among his works as well. Post-structuralist theorists Yulia Kristeva and famous literarian I.V. Arnold’s some investigations of Hemingway’s prose are presented in the article as well.


prose style Iceberg theory expressive means intertextuality subtextual character allusions generality universality prototext reminiscence

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Mamura, F., & Nargiza, A. (2022). Means of Artistic Expression in Ernest Hemingway’s Works. Central Asian Journal of Literature, Philosophy and Culture, 3(11), 62-65. Retrieved from


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