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ERNEST HEMINGWAY

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INSCRIBED BY HEMINGWAY

HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Across the River and Into the Trees. New York, 1950.

First American edition, preceded only three days by the first English edition, of Hemingway’s first novel since For Whom the Bell Tolls, warmly inscribed by him on the front free endpaper: "To Maria Altagracia best always from her friend, Ernest Hemingway, May 1957." $21,500.

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"IF YOU EVER GET PROBLEMS WRITING THINK OF POOR OLD PAPA" (HEMINGWAY): LINCOLN BATTALION, ROLFE’S EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR

ROLFE, Edwin. Lincoln Battalion. New York, 1939.

First edition of Rolfe's seminal work on American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, featuring on-the-ground coverage of the front and his emerging lifelong friendship with Hemingway—"this huge, bull-shouldered man with the questioning eyes and the full-hearted interest in everything that Spain was fighting for"—with 16 pages of illustrations including full-page image of Hemingway, and six maps, in original dust jacket. $700.

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