Hemingway's first bestselling novel, the story of a group of Americans and English on a sojourn from Paris to Paloma, evokes in poignant detail, life ...Show synopsisHemingway's first bestselling novel, the story of a group of Americans and English on a sojourn from Paris to Paloma, evokes in poignant detail, life among the expatriates on Paris's Left Bank during the 1920s and conveys in brutally realistic descriptions the power and danger of bullfighting in Spain.Hide synopsis
Description:Fair. 1954 pb. renewal copyright 1954 by ernest hemingway....Fair. 1954 pb. renewal copyright 1954 by ernest hemingway. cover has wear, shelf dirt, spine tight, no marks on pages. Shipping confirmation.
Description:Glued binding. 247p. Scribner Classic. Audience: General/trade....Glued binding. 247p. Scribner Classic. Audience: General/trade. Mass market, with old fashioned lady of the 1920's, hat. Nice general pb/mm. There is a set of creases on spine, but the dullness is due to the off green cover. Still a good used mass market.
Description:Good. (US). Glued binding. 247 p. Scribner Classic. Audience:...Good. (US). Glued binding. 247 p. Scribner Classic. Audience: General/trade. THE IMAGE OF BOOK IS CORRECT WITH THE LADY IN THE BLUE HAT. If this book is mailed to an address in the USA we will upgrade your media to FIRST CLASS at no extra charge. ETA is usual 1-3 DAYS in the lower 48 states. Please inquire on any book, we answer right away. A slight slant was noticed but pages are white. NO marks or previous owners names.
Description:Fair. No Dustjacket. 1957. 189 pages. Paperback. Lightly tanned...Fair. No Dustjacket. 1957. 189 pages. Paperback. Lightly tanned pages and firm binding with fair tanning on fore-edge. Light dog earing to page corners. Covers are acceptable, slight edge worn, far creasing on corners, fair edge wear and creasing on spine, with light marks and creases on rear.
Description:NF. No Jacket. Second impression with 1927 on the title page...NF. No Jacket. Second impression with 1927 on the title page and the Scribners seal and 1926 on the copyright page. A clean and bright NF copy with the paper labels on the front and spine looking almost new. Lacking the dust jacket. Scarce in this condition.
Description:Very Good Condition. Very Good Dust Jacket. Hardcover Book //NO...Very Good Condition. Very Good Dust Jacket. Hardcover Book //NO REMAINDER MARK//NO PREVIOUS OWNER MARKS OF ANY KIND (no names or inscriptions, no bookplate, no underlining, etc) //PRICECLIPPED// NEW MYLAR COVER//short closed tear on the back cover of the jacket//brightly colored scene of a sidewalk cafe in Pamplona is the jacket illustration, no fading, soiling or staining of the jacket or the book//very slight shelfwear at the jacket edges//gold decoration on the backstrip of the book//binding is grey boards, square and tight.
Description:Very good condition in a good condition dust jacket. Title page...Very good condition in a good condition dust jacket. Title page printed in black. Bound in publisher's original black cloth with red paper labels on the front cover and spine stamped in black. Pastedown endpapers are browned. Previous owner's bookplate on the front free endpaper. The dust jacket has chips and closed tears to the extremities and the spine is sunned. Top edge of book is red and partially faded. Unclipped dust jacket without price. Better than it sounds. Image available on request.
Description:FAIR. 6 X 8. This is a first edition second impression having...FAIR. 6 X 8. This is a first edition second impression having 1927 on the title page and 1926 on the copyright page with the Scribner's colophon at the bottom. General shelf/edge wear, fraying threads, bumped corners, small tear at top spine, hinges cracked, shaken binding, and rubbed cover. _PAB_
Description:Early unspecified reprint bulking thinner than the original...Early unspecified reprint bulking thinner than the original edition. Modest edgewear, very good in a fair example of the original Cleonike dustwrapper with three good size chips: on the front and rear panel and at the base of the spine. Nevertheless uncommon this early with the genuine Cleonike-illustrated jacket. A modern highspot. Connolly 100.
I picked up the Sun Also Rises as my first introduction to Hemingway. While I was very excited - I have to say however that I was fairly disappointed with this 200+ page novel. More than once during this novel, I had thoughts of putting it down never to return to it.
The pace of the book, extremely slow and methodical, make it very difficult to get through the whole story. The tone is fairly monotonous for most of the book with the plot unwinding in very ordinary fashion without much intrigue whatsoever.
I found the characters in the book to be a bit annoying - their excessive eating and drinking along with their rather quick, undeveloped dialogue proved difficult to digest. The characters appeared to avoid some of the major topics, situations and events that were laid out in the novel in favor of drinking, eating & socializing.
The saving grace of this book is Hemingway's depiction of bull-fighting towards the end. Even though many pages are not spent in this area, there was well-written, intriguing and even suspenseful prose in those bull-fighting pages.
The main reason I read this book through till the end was to find out how things would develop and end with the character Brett - and her relationship with Jake.
As I mentioned - however - the novel proved to be a disappointment.
I was under the impression I was buying an Ernest Hemingway book. I'm sure I failed to read some 2 point font somewhere, but it is NOT an Ernest Hemingway book. More like Cliff's Notes. Trash canned it.
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