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The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway THE ONLY COMPLETE COLLECTION BY THE NOBEL PRIZE WINNING AUTHOR In This Definitive Collection Of Ernest Hemingway S Short Stories, Readers Will Delight In The Author S Most Beloved Classics Such AsThe Snows Of Kilimanjaro, Hills Like White Elephants,andA Clean, Well Lighted Place,and Will Discover Seven New Tales Published For The First Time In This Collection For Hemingway Fans The Complete Short Stories Is An Invaluable Treasury



10 thoughts on “The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway

  1. says:

    Nobody does short stories like Hemingway Moving between African savannahs, Spanish and French cities and various American settings, he always gets to the point Human hope and happiness followed by disappointment and loss.


  2. says:

    Night Before Battle I was thinking last night, while we were watching M A S H , about Hemingway s preoccupation with war There is an episode of M A S H , not the one we were watching, where they make a thinly veiled attack on Hemingway s war writing A famous journalist author with a red beard and huge physical pr


  3. says:

    So, I didn t read the Complete short stories of Hemingway I wanted an introduction, I d always thought of Hemingway as..well, I d never really given him much thought He was just someone I wasn t interested in reading Lord help me, I can be dense I ve read about a dozen of the stories in this anthology I asked my husban


  4. says:

    One time there was a bull and his name was not Ferdinand and he cared nothing for flowers. Hemingway s reputation precedes him a misogynistic, alcoholic, macho author whose maximum sentence length was five words Given all this, it is difficult to understand why feminist, vegetarian, and highbrow folks often end up reading


  5. says:

    Review of short story Cat in the Rain , which record Goodreads has merged with the complete short stories don t ask me why I m not sure why this story affects me so much than anything else by Hemingway I ve read There isn t much to it just a brief conversation that is barely any conversation at all, a passing encounter with a hotel ow


  6. says:

    I m a huge fan of all of Hemingway s works, but this one takes the top The stories in here are so moving, so real, vividly portraying all kinds of manifestations of human nature Could talk about these works forever Each story has so much meaning packed as densely as possible into every bit of text Any one could easily be analyzed for an ent


  7. says:

    I read this from cover to cover on a beach in Aruba, which was just weird, because somebody dies every ten pages or so It wasn t really in keeping with the carefree beach vibe we were going for But you really can t deny Hemingway I realize the man was a terrible husband and father, that his writing suffered in the end and that he didn t have the


  8. says:

    Fishing Shooting Bull fighting Boxing Smuggling War Murder Skiing Big game hunting Love making Hemingway did most of these things Some of them he just observed with a keen eye In every case, his experience and or observation pays off This is just a wonderful collection of stories Even the unfinished pieces are well worth reading.


  9. says:

    It s been a while since I ve read Hemingway and I wanted to revisit some of the classics The Short and Happy Life of , The Snows of Kilimanjaro and especially the Nick Adams stories and see how they held up for me I wanted to see if they still moved me the way they did when I was a young man deeply impressed and obsessed with Mailer, HST, Bukowski, Heming


  10. says:

    Hem writes wonderfully, wouldn t it be pretty to read so And so I did and pretty fast too How can these stories so rife w racial epithets Italians, Jews, Mexicans, African Americans, Asians, etc pass those eliding censors of P.C etiquette today And even for its time F__you s cock sucker Atta boy Hem., tell it to us slant ol sod Now I know where Jim Harrison go


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