Provide a 6 pages analysis while answering the following question: The Styles of Cather, Hemingway and Fitzgerald. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Researchers believe that the three authors discovered how to acquire the most from the least because of their life experience. The novels, because of their respective authors’ life experiences, were in prune language. The three authors knew how to multiply intensities in their respective novels, and also told nothing but the truth in a manner that permitted people to relate with their reasoning. The three authors used autobiographical facts in their books as framing devices about life in general and not only about their lives. For instance, Hemingway uses his war experience and draws them out using what if scenes in his novel, The Hills like White Elephants. He uses the “what if” query to ask what if he was taken back to the war front. Thus, he writes in the form of a rhetorical question. The writing styles of the three novels are also deceptive to the reader. This is a unique style that the three authors chose to incorporate in their books. For instance, Hemingway and Cather both crafted skeletal sentences so as to make sure that the sentences had a clear understanding. Even though Fitzgerald used wordy sentences in his novel, some of his sentences were short and straight to the point which made the three books similar (Fitzgerald 3). The three authors also offer a multifocal photographic reality in their novels. Their sentence structure lacked subordinating conjunctions and this created the static of the sentences. The three authors’ style of imagery sets a pile of illusion in their respective novels. The sentences in the three books build on each other, but it is less vivid in Fitzgerald’s book, Babylon Revisited, than in the other two books.