The Snows of Kilimanjaro is a short novel by well-known American novelist Ernest Hemmingway (1899-1961) by the use of stream of awareness. The novel figures the hero Harry, the dying copy writer, although he feared the introduction of death, eventually he likely to surge his own spirit to snow-capped top of Kilimanjaro, so as to realize the detachment of soul and surpass himself. The Snows of Kilimajaro contains powerful images of loss of life. In fact, the beginning paragraph of the novel tells the audience in regards to a carcass of the leopard and Hemingways creates a trio of images that are showed throughout the book: snow - God - death. The novel handles an extreme life situation - the experience closely relates to fatality and the dying experience.