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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.
NY, Scribner, 1952. The last of Hemingway's books published in his lifetime, a novella that won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and earned him, two years later, the Nobel Prize for literature. A short novel that has been characterized as a fable, it deals with a Cuban fisherman's struggles to land a giant marlin that he has hooked, and reflects Hemingway's concern for life as a struggle of man against nature, including his own nature. Owner name and offsetting to front endpages; otherwise near fine in a near fine, mildly sunned dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends, tape shadows to verso, offsetting to the front flap and a few pencil marks to the rear flap. [#026259] $1,450
NY, Scribner, (1935). His second book of nonfiction, an account of a month-long hunting trip to Africa which he wrote "to see whether the shape of a country and the pattern of a month's action can, if truly presented, compete with a work of the imagination." Heavy sunning to the cloth as is typical with this title; small tear at the crown; a very good copy in a very good, price-clipped dust jacket with several edge tears and the usual fading to the green block on the spine. [#033458] $500
NY, Scribner, 1986. A posthumously published novel, on which Hemingway had reportedly been working, on and off, during the last fifteen years of his life. It remained unpublished for nearly a quarter century after the author's death. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with some sunning to the rear panel. [#024074] $70
(HEMINGWAY, Ernest). HEMINGWAY, Leicester
NY, Crest, (1963). First Paperback Edition. Very Good in wrappers. [#703302] $20