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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 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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FIRST REVISED & EXPANDED EDITION OF HEMINGWAY’S IN OUR TIME

HEMINGWAY, Ernest. In Our Time. New York, 1930.

First revised and expanded edition of In Our Time, first Scribner’s edition of the first of Hemingway’s books published in the United States, newly featuring his “Introduction by the Author” (later retitled as “On the Quai at Smyrna”), along with revisions to two short stories, in rarely found dust jacket with the dramatic gold and black printed design by Cleonike. $6200.

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"IF IT ISN’T ENJOYABLE—WHY DO IT?"

HEMINGWAY, Ernest. To Have and Have Not. New York, 1937.

First edition, first issue of Hemingway's first novel since A Farewell to Arms, basis for the Howard Hawks film co-scripted by Faulkner and featuring Bogart and Bacall together for the first time—a very handsome copy. $4800.

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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 6 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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