Hemingway always said he wrote letters only so that he'd get them back. This selection of his correspondence, however, reveals him to be a master of the form.Hemingway always said he wrote letters only so that he'd get them back. This selection of his correspondence, however, reveals him to be a master of the form.Read Less
Fine in J Very Good+ jacket. Octavo 1" gently closed tear on rear edge of jacket; tiny jacket spine nick and minor wrinkle; else a fine, unclipped jacket ina Mylar cover, very presentable. Book is unmarked.
Very Good. 8vo. (xxvii) 948 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a crease along the lower edge of the front cover; uncreased spine; sticker from Hemingway House-Key West near the upper edge of the front cover; also, stamped Heminway House Key West on the front endpaper. The Contents are: Introduction by Carlos Baker; Notes and Acknowledgments; Selected Letters 1917-1961; Postscript; and Index.
Fine. Near fine book in a glassine wrapper. Number 45 of a limited run of 500 copies. Signed by the editor, Carlos Baker, and numbered on colophon page. Book has dent near top of spine and the wrapper is sun faded at the spine. Comes in custom slipcase.
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