In "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," does Harry love his wife, despite his saying that he does not love her?
Harry does not love his wife. He treats her less harshly as he approaches death, but he does not love her. At some point in their marriage, "the woman" became for Harry both the cause and the symbol of his professional failure. He blames her for his own betrayal of his profession. Harry is a writer who sold out, choosing to live the life of the wealthy and the...
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