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Men Without Women was a milestone in Hemingway's career. Fiesta had already established him as a novelist of exceptional power, but with these short ...Show synopsisMen Without Women was a milestone in Hemingway's career. Fiesta had already established him as a novelist of exceptional power, but with these short stories, his second collection, he showed that it is possible, within the space of a few pages, to recreate a scene with absolute truth, bringing to life details observed only by the eye of a uniquely gifted artist. Hemingway's men are bullfighters and boxers, hired hands and hard drinkers, gangsters and gunmen. Each of their stories deals with masculine toughness unsoftened by woman's hand. Incisive, hard-edged, pared down to the bare minimum, they are classic Hemingway territory - they helped establish him as one of the great literary authors of the twentieth century, and one of the best American authors of all time.Hide synopsis
Description:Very good. 160p. 18 cm. Classic Penguin orange cover. Priced 2/6...Very good. 160p. 18 cm. Classic Penguin orange cover. Priced 2/6 and shows Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature 1954. No spine creases but light brown through age. Page edges are medium tanned. This book is in very good almost like new condition for age.
Description:Good. No Dust Jacket. Illustrated with a note on the author by...Good. No Dust Jacket. Illustrated with a note on the author by John Groth. Stated first printing, October 1946 (first of this illustrated edition), The Living Library by World Publishing Company. 164 pages, red cloth, with gilt lettering and black illustration. Cover has spots of discoloration where the cloth turned orange (including one a little larger than a silver dollar, the other the size of a nickle). Previous owner's name and a date written on front pastedown. Binding is tight, sturdy and square; text and illustrations also very good. No dust jacket. Minor shelfwear to edges.
Description:Fair. No Dustjacket. 1979. 132 pages. White card covers with...Fair. No Dustjacket. 1979. 132 pages. White card covers with black and red titles. Colour illustration to front. Ex-library edition with expected inserts, stamps and inscriptions. Text pages clean and tanned, tightly bound into card covers. Few marks and dashes to ends. Hinges stretched. Library plate to front inside card cover. Card covers creased and yellowed with shelf-wear to edges and darkened spine.
Description:Good. First of this edition, with Scribner slug. Sunrise...Good. First of this edition, with Scribner slug. Sunrise Edition, volume 3. Very scarce edition (one of 6 volumes). Blue cloth, lettering on spine rubbed off (per usual). Distinguished brown japanese handmade paper dj with paper label. Not the original dj.
Description:Spine slightly soiled, slight fading at spine area otherwise...Spine slightly soiled, slight fading at spine area otherwise near VG sound copy with clean text. 8vo. Original publisher's blue cloth lettered gilt at the spine. pp 222. Ownership signature of poet, essayist and novelist Sylvia Lynd (1888-1954) dated 5/6/28.
Description:Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927....Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927. 232 pp. Black cloth gilt papers labels. First edition, first printing. (No additional printings and Scribner's seal on copyright page, which the publisher used to signify firsts until 1930 when it introduced an A. ) Good hardcover. No jacket. Clean pages. Cloth worn in spots and rubbed, faded at spine, labels dulled and scratched. Former owner's name on half-title. Remnant of small vintage Detroit bookseller's stamp on ffep. A solid copy. The first book publication of many of Hemingway's most famous stories, such as "In Another Country, " "Hills Like White Elephants, " "The Killers, " "Fifty Grand, " and "A Simple Enquiry." The stylistic revolution that he ushered into fiction is perhaps best illustrated by these models of spare prose.
Description:Near Fine with no dust jacket. Black cloth. First edition,...Near Fine with no dust jacket. Black cloth. First edition, second issue. (xiv) + 232 + (6) pages. Front board and spine label are bright, showing minimal wear. Binding is sound and extremities have just a trace of wear. Small chip (2 mm x 12 mm) along edge of page 51. Bookplate on front pastedown.; Octavo.
Description:First edition of an early book of stories, including "The...First edition of an early book of stories, including "The Undefeated, " "The Killers, " "Fifty Grand, " "Hills Like White Elephants, " et al. The first issue, weighing 15.8 ounces and with perfect folio on page 3. Cloth spine fading and gold labels somewhat tarnished and darkened but still at least good or better with only two tiny chips on the edges. Lacking dust jacket, but with a new FACSIMILE jacket.
Description:Good. New York: Charles Sribner's Sons 1928. 5.5x7.75" Black...Good. New York: Charles Sribner's Sons 1928. 5.5x7.75" Black cloth hardcover with gold label on both front and spine. 232 pp. Includes golden-yellow endpapers. Acceptable dust jacket, edges torn with large tear at spine foot. Cover clean with spine ends lightly bumped. Inside somewhat clean. Front end page/half title page small tear along base of hinge.
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