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ERNEST HEMINGWAY

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“THAT MUSICAL CRYSTAL-CLEAR STYLE, BLOWN LIKE GLASS FROM THE WHITE-HEAT OF VIOLENCE”

HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Farewell to Arms. New York, 1929.

First trade edition, first issue, of the novel that "placed Hemingway, early, among the American masters," in scarce unrestored first-issue dust jacket. A lovely copy. $12,000.

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"IF YOU EVER BECOME DISSATISFIED WITH YOUR LIFE WITH BENCHLEY AND THAT WHOLE GIN CRAZED SATURNALIA AND WANT TO LEAD A CLEANER LIFE BRING YOUR SHORTWAVE SET DOWN TO KEY WEST AND WE COULD TRY TO TURN AN HONEST PENNY"

HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Autograph letter signed. St. Louis, circa October 1931.

Fine autograph letter signed from Hemingway to Charles MacGregor, secretary to Robert Benchley, one of the members of the famed Algonquin Round Table in the 1920s. $9500.

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"THEMES THAT PROFOUNDLY DEFINE HIS FICTION": HEMINGWAY'S TODAY IS FRIDAY, ONE OF ONLY 300 COPIES

(HEMINGWAY, Ernest). Today Is Friday. Englewood, N.J. 1926.

Limited first edition of Hemingway's highly elusive one-act play about the Crucifixion, number 90 of only 300 copies printed, seen as a "paradigm for his subsequent heroes… every one of Hemingway's brave men who will die," in fragile original wrappers with illustration by Jean Cocteau. $2800.

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