Keywords: indian camp hemingway, indian camp analysis
The Indian camp is generally named one of Hemingway's best & most interesting short stories. It primarily focuses on the partnership between father and son, and on its attendant rites of initiation into the world of adult experience: child birth, lack of innocence and suicide. (Werlock).
The boy, Nick Adams, accompanies his doctor father to the Indian camp in which a pregnant woman has serious issues as she labors to give birth. Dr. Adams ultimately saves her life which of the infant by performing a caesarian section, but, shortly afterwards, the girl husband commits suicide. The storyplot dramatizes what is apparently the young Nick Adams first confrontation with profound personal suffering.
Slogan - sense and simplicity
Key people- Founder - Gerard Philips
Chairman- Michiel Hessels
Employees- 121, 400 in 2007
The company was founded by Gerard Philips and established on 1891, in Eindhoven, holland. Its first product was light bulbs. Within the 1920s, the business started to produce other products, like-
Vacuum tubes (also known worldwide as 'valves'),
In 1939 they unveiled their electric shaver,
Also on March 11, 1927 Philips continued mid-air with a station called PCJ now known as Radio Netherlands.
In 1950, company unveiled Philips Information.
After the product Philips launches Compact Cassette tape in 1963 which was wildly successful. This is mainly utilized for dictation machines for office typing stenographers and professional journalists.