Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" Tall. Published by Granada Publishing, 1985. Rare true first edition. Violet cloth boards, silver embossed spine titles, fine. Pages fine, no writing. Dj fine; unclipped 7.95 pounds, protected in new clear sleeve. A collection of Hemingways' best remarks on the subject of writing, is an inspiration for writers and a feast for all who have enjoyed his works. Hemingway dedicated his life to improving his writing and wrote constantly of his efforts-in letters to friends, colleagues, and other writers, and in works including "By-Line, Ernest Hmingway, Green Hills of Africa, A Moveable Feast, Death In the Afternoon and The Nick Adams Stories". Larry Phillips assembles Hemingway's best thoughts on all aspects of his craft: what writing is and does, the qualities of a writer, how to know what to write about, establishing sound working habits, and improving what you have written. His observations on the writer's life-poverty, fame, drinking, health, distractions, discipline, critics, other writers, and more-display wit, intellience, and a total commitment to his work. A book that every aspiring or established writer will read often for advice and inspriation, and one that all admirers of Hemingway's work will find irresistible. Printed in Great Britain by Richard Clay (The Chaucer Press) Ltd., Bungay, Suffolk. 140 pages. Insured post.
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