This paper is to examine Nickolas Adams` recollection in "Fathers and Sons" written by Ernest Hemingway. He wrote it of his father`s suicide making fictional use, based on his trip to Piggott with Bumby. He uncovered some valuable data on the stream of consciousness by which he refashioned reality into the shape of "Fatheres and Sons," and it shows Nick on one of his return trips to the Indian camp, driving his own son through familiar country and thinking back to the life and the death of the boy`s grandfather. In the early Nick Adams stories Nick is seen as the son of a father; in the latest, he is the father of a son. The story draw circles around the father-son relationship. One great skill of the story is its compression of the generations of men, until the whole clan of grandfather, father, son, and son`s son are seen in a line. Each father is near his son, each son near his father. Accordingly we can know in "Fathers and Sons" that Nicholas` experience of the early shooting with his father and the sexual experience with Trudy are conveyed through Nicholas` recollection and also makes it the concluding story in Hemingway`s collected stories.