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The collected stories

Author: Ernest Hemingway; James Fenton
Publisher: London : Everyman's Library, 1995.
Series: Everyman's Library, 187
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Besides revealing his versatility as a writer and throwing fascinating light on the themes of his major novels - war, love, heroism and renunciation - this new comprehensive collection of Hemingway's shorter fiction contains many stories which are major achievements in their own right.
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Hemingway; James Fenton
ISBN: 1857151879 9781857151879
OCLC Number: 32743439
Description: xli, 787 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Up in Michigan --
In our time --
On the quai at Smyrna --
Everybody was drunk --
--
Indian camp --
Minarets stuck up --
--
The doctor and the doctor's wife --
We were in a garden at Mons --
--
The end of something --
It was a frightfully hot day --
--
The three-day blow --
They shot the six --
--
The battler --
Nick sat against the wall --
--
A very short story --
While the bombardment --
--
Soldier's home --
At two o'clock --
--
The revolutionist --
The first matador --
--
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot --
They whack-whacked the white horse --
--
Cat in the rain --
The crowd shouted --
--
Out of season --
If it happened right down --
--
Cross-country snow --
I heard the drums --
--
My old man --
Maera lay still --
--
Big Two-hearted River, part I --
They hanged Sam Cardinella --
--
Big Two-hearted River, part II --
L'Envoi --
The undefeated --
In another country --
Hills like white elephants --
The killers --
Che ti dice la patria? --
Fifty grand --
A simple enquiry. Ten indians --
A canary for one --
An alpine idyll --
A pursuit race --
Today is Friday --
Banal story --
Now I lay me --
After the storm --
A clean well-lighted place --
The light of the world --
God rest you merry, gentlemen --
The sea change --
A way you'll never be --
The mother of a queen --
One reader writes --
Homage to Switzerland --
A day's wait --
A natural history of the dead --
Wine of Wyoming --
The gambler, the nun and the radio --
Fathers and sons --
The capital of the world --
The snows of Kilimanjaro --
The short happy life of Francis Macomber --
Old man at the bridge --
The denunciation --
The butterfly and the tank --
Night before battle --
Under the ridge --
Nobody ever dies --
The good lion --
The faithful bull --
A man of the world --
Get a seeing-eyed dog --
Three shots --
The indians moved away --
The last good country --
Crossing the Mississippi --
Night before landing --
Summer people --
Wedding day --
On writing. A train trip --
The porter --
Black ass at the crossroads --
Landscape with figures --
I guess everything reminds you of something --
Great news from the mainland --
The strange country --
Judgement of Manitou --
A matter of colour --
Sepi Jingan --
The mercenaries --
Crossroads, an anthology --
Portrait of the idealist in love --
The ash heel's tendon --
The current.
Series Title: Everyman's Library, 187
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: Ernest Hemingway ; edited and introduced by James Fenton.

Abstract:

Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) is celebrated as a novelist and man of action. The present collection includes all Hemingway's shorter fiction arranged chronologically from 'Up in Michigan' (1923) to  Read more...

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