The War is just over. In Venice, a city elaborately and affectionately described, the American Colonel, Richard Cantrell, falls passionately in love with Renata, a young Italian countess who has 'a profile that could break your or anyone else's heart'. Cantrell is embittered, war-scarred and old enough to be Renata's father, but he is overwhelmed ...
The War is just over. In Venice, a city elaborately and affectionately described, the American Colonel, Richard Cantrell, falls passionately in love with Renata, a young Italian countess who has 'a profile that could break your or anyone else's heart'. Cantrell is embittered, war-scarred and old enough to be Renata's father, but he is overwhelmed by the selflessness and freshness of the love she is offering. But this is no fairy tale. The fighting may be ended, but the wounds of war have not yet healed. And for some, the longed-for peace has come too late. A lesser known classic by one of the great American writers of the twentieth century, Across the River And Into The Trees is still vintage Hemingway.
Very good. No dust jacket. spine shows wear, Book has bright colors and silver is bright, tight. 256 p. Audience: General/trade. Was purchased from the English Bookstore in Connaught Circus, New Delhi, India. (small stamp). No jacket. This book is clean, bright, has faded green cloth on the spine. The red and silver bright. Pictures sent if desired.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. 308 pp. Very good, in an about very good price clipped jacket. Minimal edge wear with two prior owner's bookplates, one on the front pastedown, the other on the half-title. Prior owner name in pen on the front free endpaper. Jacket with some dampstaining to the interior. Several chips and tears to the edges, a two-inch closed tear at the tail of the spine. Small abrasion on the front panel, just touching the "E" in "THE" but not affecting other letters. Spine lettering in yellow.
Very Good. Sans Jacket. 8vo-6 ½ in. x 9 ¼ in. Smooth black cloth boards with gilt facsimile signature of Hemingway. 308pgs. The title is taken from some of the words of General Stonewall Jackson: "Let us cross over the river and rest under the shade of the trees". Includes 'A' on copyright page. Front boards has a small (not very noticeable) 3¼ inch x ½ inch moisture streak. Slight browning to endpapers and page edges as usual otherwise book is in excellent condition. Former owner, Ballet Russ de Monte Carlo dancer, Meridith Baylis signature on front free endpaper. Book is scarce.
Fair. No Jacket. 308 pages (complete). A benign copy of the first American edition. The black board cover is assured with some light wear and scuffing. Inside, the contents are in excellent condition. They are relaxed, comfortable, clean, clear, confident and certain. fk.
Very Good. Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 1990. Collector's edition. Leather bound. 308 pp. Near fine with light scuffing to the gilt edges. Bound in full, gilt and green stamped, blue leather; all edges gilt with moire endpapers.
Good. New York: Scribner's, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. 308 pp. Good, lacking jacket. Spine heavily sunned. Prior owner's name on front free endpaper with a faint stamp on rear free endpaper verso. Scribner's "A" on copyright page.
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