Read Hemingway’s short story and write a brief explanation ( 600 words or max), detailing how the reader of the short story can infer that the American man and Jig, the girl, are arguing about an abortion.You must start your explanation with the following sentences:“The reader of Ernest Hemingway’s short story usually comes to the conclusion that the man is trying to convince Jig, a younger girl, to have an abortion. Even if the exact type of ‘operation’ is not explicitly stated in the text, there are a number of elements that point in that direction. First, …”At this point, you will insert the most convincing piece of evidence (not the first you encounter!) from which you can infer the conclusion. You need to provide at least 3 pieces of evidence.CITATIONS: As this assignment will require to quote the text, make sure you review quotation techniques by taking a careful look at the document titled “Quote Sandwich” in the “Writing Guidelines” folder. Note that when you refer to a short story (such as this one or Joyce’s “Araby”) you input the paragraph number in parenthesis. The texts I gave you provides the paragraph numbers in multiples of 5, and each complete lines of dialog counts as a paragraph.Make sure you format your document according to MLA guidelines for form and citations. this assignment carries double the amount of points, and points will be subtracted from the total.