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1.   Hemingway, Ernest, 189-1961   The Garden of Eden   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner's Sons, 1986.. 247p. Posthumously published novel. 'Hemingway began The Garden of Eden in 1946 and worked on it off and on for the next fifteen years.' Stock #100,858. Vg, Book Club/ dj vg. American literature

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2.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961   Short Stories   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner's Sons, 1966.. viii, 499 p. The first forty-nine stories with a 1938 Preface by Hemingway. Stock #100,856. Vg/ paper. American Literature

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3.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.   Death in the Afternoon.   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. [14], 517 p., 81 plates (photographs) incl. color front. "The Bullfighter" by Juan Gris; 24 cm. First edition ('A' on copyright page) of an excursion into the psychic world of Spanish bullfighting; includes glossary. Hanneman 10A reports that few copies were sold. Black cloth stamped in gold; no dj; VG. Another copy, the same, front hinge & outer edge of rear cover chewed; endpapers foxed; dj flaps inside covers but no dj; VG. stock#100865x.

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4.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961   The Hemingway Reader Selected with a Foreword and twelve Brief Prefaces by Charles Poore   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner's Sons, 1953.. xx, 652 p. Contains the entire The Sun Also Rises, extracts from other novels, and ten short stories. Stock #100,857x. Vg, BC/no dj. American Literature

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5.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961   For Whom the Bell Tolls   Picture
Publisher: NY, Scribner's Sons, 1945. 471 p.; 21.5 cm. Novel of the Spanish Civil War, first published 1940. Bound in salmon-colored cloth; bookplate, no dj; good. Stock#24891.

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6.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961   For Whom The Bell Tolls   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner's, [1966]. 507 p. Edition published for the Literary Guild of America. Hanneman 18M. Stock #100,868. Vg/no dj. American literature.

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7.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961   Ernest Hemingway Selected Letters, 1917-1961 Edited By Carlos Baker   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner's Sons, 1981.. xxvii, 948 p. "This generous selection of nearly 600 letters is, in effect, both a self-portrait and an autobiography." Stock #27059. Vg/ dj good tears on back. American literature

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8.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.   For Whom the Bell Tolls.   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribners, 1946. 471 p. Novel of the Spanish Civil War, first published 1940. Smooth cream binding, soiled; no dj; good. Stock#24890.

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9.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961   The Sun Also Rises   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner's Sons [1966]. 247 p. Part of the three volume set published for The Literary Guild of America of the 1926 novel.At p. 175, line 18, ”horns” has been restored to ”balla”. Hanneman 6H. Stock #100,861. Vg, blue boards/no dj. American literature, fiction.

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10.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961   For Whom The Bell Tolls   Picture
Publisher: Philadelphia, Blakiston [1944]. 3 p.l., 410 p. Wartime reprint of his classic 1940 novel of the Spanish Civil War. Hanneman 18H. Bound in dark blue cloth. IAB. Stock #100,867x. Good, worn at edges as Blakiston editions tend to do/ no dj. Another copy bound in red cloth, worn. IAB. American Literature

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11.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.   Across the River and Into the Trees.   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner, 1950. [8], 308 p.; 21.5 cm. First edition, marked "A" on verso of t.-p. Novel set in Venice after World War II. The protagonist is an American Army officer but his tough-guy persona doesn't convince. Hanneman 23a. Vg/no dj. Another copy, no "A" but early printing. Another copy, with the "A", no dj, spine faded, stain on front cover; good. 101473a-b-c.

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12.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961] Meyers, Jeffrey.   Hemingway. A Biography.   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Harpers, 1985. xv, 644, [2] p., illus. This biography has a lot of new insights and served the writer, if not the icon, well. Vg/vg. 101475.

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13.   Nolan, William F. [Hemingway, Ernest] Kellough, Robert, illustrator.   Dark Encounter. Cover Illustration by Robert Kellough.   Picture
Publisher: [Ventura, Calif.?] Dream House, 1986. Twenty poems by the science-fiction/ western/ horror/ pulp writer. The last is a very nice long poem on Ernest Hemingway. Limited to 50 hardcover copies, this is number 17. Signed by Nolan and Kellough. There is a personal inscription by Nolan on the front endpaper. Fine/fine. 101845.

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14.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961/ Arnold Schulman   Capitol of the World   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Ford Foundation/ Omnibus, 1953. 2 p.l., 37 [i.e. 39]p. . Mimeographed on blue 8 x 11 inch sheets. A 1938 short story by Hemingway adapted for live television performance by Arnold Schulman. Script designated in ms. 2d Revised 11/28, contains replacement sheets (headings are mixed "capital" and "capitol") with extensive pencil alterations throughout. For a television broadcast on Omnibus, Sunday December 6, 1953. Directed by Yul Brynner. The cast of young unknowns were: Sal Mineo as the boy, Paco; Anne Bancroft as his sister, Ana; Leslie Nielson as the Matador. This script, heavily altered just days before the live presentation, is, by definition, rare. There were but five speaking parts, so there were not many copies made. As there are typed carbon copies of pages 19A and 24 and 24A inserted at sections where Anne Bancroft had speaking lines, this may have been her script, although there are ms. changes in sections she was not in. NS 0067. Front and back sheets soiled, else good plus.

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15.   Hemingway, Ernest.   DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON.   Publisher: N.Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932.. 1st ed. with Scribner's "A." Lg. 8vo; 517 pp., illus. from photos, color frontispiece by Juan Gris. Covers rubbed, scuffed and what looks like some silverfishing. Good plus copy, or a bit better, no d.j.

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16.   (HEMINGWAY, Ernest)   Paris Review   Number Eighteen (Spring, 1958) . About fine. Contains an interview with Ernest Hemingway, a story by Philip Roth, drawings & commentary by Giacometti, poetry by Louis Simpson, W. S. Merwin, James Wright, William Stafford, W. D. Snodgrass & Robert Bly, etc

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17.   (HEMINGWAY, Ernest)   Saturday Review   Vol. XLIV, No. 30 (July 29, 1961) . Mailing label; else very good. "SR/Special Hemingway Issue." Contains "Hemingway" by Carlos Baker, essays on Hemingway by Salvador de Madariaga, Frank Moraes, Carlo Levi, Ilya Ehrenburg, Alan Pryce-Jones and Seymour Betsky, "The Young Writer in Paris and Pamplona" by Harold Loeb, an article about Hemingway in the movies by Arthur Knight, a Hemingway literary sampler, etc

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18.   Hemingway, Ernest.   FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS.   Publisher: N.Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940.. 1st ed., 1st state without the photographer's credit on d.j. 8vo; 471 pp. Endpaper gutters a bit browned as usual, still a near fine copy. Dust jacket is very heavily worn, torn, rubbed and frayed (particularly at spine ends).

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19.   Hemingway, Ernest   Across the River and Into the Trees   Publisher: New York: Charles Scribners, 1950,. First edition, ex-library, some spine wear, usual markings else GD condition

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20.   Hemingway, Ernest   The Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway   Publisher: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1966,. VG condition PB, VM10

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21.   Hemingway, Ernest   The Collected Poems of Ernest Hemingway   unpaginated, light orange SC wraps. Number one of the Library of Living Poetry containing miscellaneous poems. Booklet was originally published in Paris. Some of the poems are: Ultimately, The Ernest Liberal's Lament, The Soul of Spain, The Lady Poet with Footnotes, and Ten Poems from Three Storeis and Ten Poems. Reprint No Jacket Soft Cover w/staples Near Fine 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall

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22.   Hemingway, Ernest   A Farewell to Arms.   Publisher: Franklin Library Franklin Center. 1979.. Condition: Fine. aeg. Very slight gilt edge wear. Sewn-in bookmark. Binding: HB Brown

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23.   Hemingway, Ernest   THE DANGEROUS SUMMER   Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons New York, NY 1985. Fine in Fine dust jacket First Edition Hardcover This is a First Edition hardcover book in a dust jacket. The book is tight, bright, and very clean. There are no marks or writing. Clean covers, no bumps, clean end papers and clean and crips pages. The book may not have been read . The dust jacket is equally crisp and clean and without wear. It is not clipped. There is an introduction by James A. Michener and about sixteen pages of black and white photos. All numbers are present; original price $17.95 on jacket. ISBN 0684183552 ; 8vo; 228 pages

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24.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.   Across the River and Into the Trees.   Picture
Publisher: N.Y., Scribner, [c1950, 1965].. [8], 308 p.; 21.5 cm. Novel set in Venice after World War II. The protagonist is an American Army officer but his tough-guy persona doesn't convince. Hanneman 23a. Stock# 42,532. Vg / good+/

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25.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961, editor.   Men At War. The Best War Stories of All Time Edited with an Introduction by Ernest Hemingway Based on a Plan by Willian Kozlenko. New Complete Edition.   Picture
Publisher: New York, Bramhall House, later printing. xxvii, 1072 p. First published in 1942 as America entered World War II. "This collection of stories, accounts, and narratives is an attempt to give a true picture of war. It is not a propaganda book. It seeks to instruct and inform. I have seen much war in my lifetime and I hate it profoundly. But there are things worse than war; and all of them come with defeat." Red cloth, tear at top of spine repaired; good. Stock#26351.

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26.   Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961. Rasmusson, Daniel, illustrator   A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway with illustrations by Daniel Rasmusson   Picture
Publisher: NY, Scribner, 1948 [c1929]. xi, 363 p., illus.; 25 cm. First Illustrated edition, with a new introduction by the author, who tells about writing the book and of his life in 1929. Hemingway's classic novel of love based on his recovery from war wounds in Italy. Hanneman A8J. One of 5300 copies. Slipcase sunned but sound; book very good. stock#OB678.

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27.   No editor listed. Story by Ernest Hemingway.   SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE: March, 1927. (Hemingway Story: The Killers.)   Publisher: N.Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927.. Vol. LXXXI, No. 3. 4to magazine; pp. 226-338 pp. + 116 pp. of ads, illus. Cover edges, bent and nicked, light rubbing. A v.g. copy, or nearly so. Internally quite good. Hemingway story illus. by C. LeRoy Baldridge.

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28.   Hemingway, Ernest   To Have and Have Not   Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap New York, NY 1937. 262 pp, red cloth covered boards w/black lettering on spine & front cover, top edge stained blu. This is considered a "depression" novel in which Hemingway is concerned with social problems. The story is about Harry Morgan, who finds it impossible to earn an honest living and strikes out on his own as an outlaw, smuggling rum and Chinese nationals into Cuba. Reprint No Jacket Hard Cover Very Good- 12mo - over 7" to 7-1/2" Tall

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29.   HEMINGWAY, Ernest   To Have and Have Not   Publisher: Stockholm: The Continental Book Company. 12mo. Wraps, d. w. 200 p . Zephyr Books Vol. 229. 1st continental edition. Fine in d. w. with very minor wear at top edge & chipping at top of spine.

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30.   Hemingway, Ernest.   BY-LINE: ERNEST HEMINGWAY. Selected Articles and Dispatches of Four Decades.   Publisher: N.Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1967).. Book club edition. 8vo; xiv, (2) & 489 pp. Edited by William White. Very slight extremity rubbing, still a near fine copy in lightly rubbed, v. g. d. j.

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31.   Hemingway, Ernest.   A Farewell To Arms.   Publisher: Jonathan Cape. London.. First UK Edition, 1929. Rich violet cloth covered boards, spine gilt, in decorative price-clipped dustjacket [designed by Lee Elliott]. Fine/Near Fine. Jacket has minor edgewear and is slightly darken ed at spine. In addition, there is a small publisher's vintage advertisement [entitled "WAR"] for other titles including Graves's Good-bye To All That, Cummings's The Enormous Room, etc., laid in. In custom blue cloth clamshell box. Hemingway's best novel, his third trade book published in England, based on his experiences in the first world war. 1st Edition Dust Jacket Included Hardcover Fine

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32.   Hemingway, Ernest.   In Our Time.   Publisher: Jonathan Cape. London.. First UK Edition, 1926. Green cloth boards stamped in gilt at spine, gold rules at head and tail. Lacking the dustwrapper. Near Fine. Spine slightly faded, lower front corner lightly abraded, very tin y nick to back edge of bottom spinefold. Few light spots to fore-edge. Faint offsetting to flyleaves. 249pp. Hemingway's first book published in England, precedes Fiesta [The Sun Also Rises] by six mo nths. Hanneman A32a. Connolly 100. The arrangement of the stories and chapter devices is the same, though there are a few minor textual changes in this edition. This copy enclosed in custom green clot h clamshell box. 1st Edition No Jacket Hardcover Fine

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33.   Hemingway, Ernest.   Winner Take Nothing.   Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons. New York.. First American Edition, 1933. Black cloth boards, gold labels at spine and front cover, in black red and white dustjacket. A Fine Copy. Clean, unfaded, unworn, with just the merest touch of unobtrusiv e edgewear to the extremities. 244pp, Hemingway's third story collection, marking the first appearance of six of the fourteen stories. Hanneman A12. 1st Edition Dust Jacket Included Hardcover Fine

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34.   Hemingway, Ernest.   In Our Time.   Publisher: London: Jonathan Cape.. First UK Edition, 1926. Hanneman A32. Alternate state blue binding stamped in white, in white dustjacket printed in black with blue decorations. Fine copy. Minute wear to head of spine panel and two t iny closed tears, fresh, clean, unworn, unfaded and unread. 249pp. Minor textual changes from the first edition. The dustwrapper indicates this is "No. 5" in "The Story Series" with ads on back panel. Very scarce in this condition. 1st Edition Dust Jacket Included Hardcover Fine

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35.   Hemingway, Ernest.   Green Hills Of Africa.   Publisher: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.. First Edition, 1935. Green cloth, dustwrapper in green and black. Very Good, moderately faded at extremities and along spine panel, in a Very Good price-clipped jacket evenly faded along spine panel, with a few stray scratches and tiny edgewear. No chips. Scribner "A" on copyright page. Hanneman A13a. Decorations by Edward Shenton. Hemingway's second book of non-fiction prose following Death In Th e Afternoon. The book marks a turning point in his career, an inversion of narrative identity which was to have such disastrous effects later. The descriptive passages are among his best, especially o f animals; he was still at the top of his form here as a writer. 1st Edition Dust Jacket Included Hardcover Very Good

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