Ernest Hemingway (The Term also Called the Theory of Omission) Developed From the Minimalist Style He Used When a Young Journalist Reporting on Immediate Events Where He Had very Little Context. It Focused Mainly on Surface Elements Without Discussing Underlying Themes. Hemingway Felt That What was Left out of a Story was Often What Gave it Strength and Meaning By Enabling the Reader to Feel Something More than they Understood)

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