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The Garden of Eden

Author: Ernest Hemingway
Publisher: New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, ©1986.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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" ... about a young American writer and his wife on an extended honeymoon in Mediterranean France and Spain ... He [Hemingway] described the book's theme as 'the happiness of the Garden that a man must lose.' Here, Hemingway's interpretation of love and art is darkly profound, his imagination is keenly alive, his writing masterly ..."
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Hemingway
ISBN: 0684186934 9780684186931
OCLC Number: 671265830
Notes: Publisher's Note: As was also the case with Hemingway's earlier posthumous work "Islands in the Stream," this novel was not in finished form at the time of the author's death. In preparing the book for publication we have made some cuts in the manuscript and some routine copy-editing corrections. Beyond a very small number of minor inerpolations for clarity and consistency, nothing has been added. In every significant respect the work is all the author's.
Description: 247 pages : Cover painting "Woman with a Basket" (1927 by Joan Gris
Responsibility: by Ernest Hemingway.

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" ... about a young American writer and his wife on an extended honeymoon in Mediterranean France and Spain ... He [Hemingway] described the book's theme as 'the happiness of the Garden that a man must lose.' Here, Hemingway's interpretation of love and art is darkly profound, his imagination is keenly alive, his writing masterly ..."

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