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Hemingway

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PAPERBACK

$38.00 • £30.95 • €34.00

ISBN 9780674387324

Publication Date: 03/03/1995

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712 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

10 halftones

World

  • Preface
  • I. 1899–1919
    • 1. “I Had a Wonderful Novel to Write About Oak Park”
    • 2. A Peculiar Idea
    • 3. A Land of Magic
    • 4. The Championship Game
  • II. 1919–1923
    • 5. Rejection Slips
    • 6. “The World’s a Jail and We’re Going to Break It Together”
    • 7. Americans in Paris
    • 8. Dragons’ Teeth
    • 9. Sports
  • III. 1923–1926
    • 10. “Nick in the Stories Was Never Himself”
    • 11. “We Have More Pun Together All the Time”
    • 12. Harold and Horace, Scott and Zelda
    • 13. Betrayals
    • 14. Double Meanings
  • IV. 1926–1936
    • 15. “I Loved Her Pine”
    • 16. A Hollow Man
    • 17. Mens Morbida in Corpore Sano
    • 18. The Big Out
  • V. 1936–1945
    • 19. The Spanish Tragedy
    • 20. “Book Selling Like Frozen Daiquiris in Hell”
    • 21. Combined Operations
  • VI. 1945–1961
    • 22. Horrors
    • 23. “How Do You Like It Now, Gentlemen?”
    • 24. “The Country Is Beautiful Around Here”
  • Acknowledgments
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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