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  • Men Without Women: Hemingway (Ernest)

    Hemingway (Ernest)

    Verlag: Jonathan Cape, London, 1928

    Anbieter Lycanthia Rare Books, Newark, NOTTS, Vereinigtes Königreich
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    Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust-jacket: Y. First edition: Y. First UK edition, first impression. 8vo. Original blue cloth. Dust-jacket, priced 6s. Cloth spine very slightly lightened; dust-jacket spine browned and rubbed, toning and dust-soiling to extremities and lower panel, frayed at head of spine slightly, but overall VG. Jacket artwork by J.L. Carstairs. The first UK edition of these short stories by Ernest Hemingway, with the intriguing artwork by well-known jacket artist J.L. Carstairs. Signed: N.

  • HEMINGWAY, Ernest (Alfred EISENSTAEDT)

    Verlag: Limited Editions Club (1990), [New York], 1990

    Anbieter Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB, Fleetwood, PA, USA
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    Hardcover. Alfred Eisenstaedt (illustrator). First Limited Edition. Oblong folio (14-1/2" x 11") bound in blue goatskin leather and linen boards. Illustrated with five photogravures by Alfred Eisenstaedt printed from the original negatives created by Eisenstaedt in 1952 for the Life Magazine appearance of the novel. Copy #447 of 600 numbered copies SIGNED by the photographer on the colophon page. Monthly letter laid in. Fine in a Near Fine suede-lined linen clamshell box with leather label with some sunning and light soiling.

  • In Our Time. Stories.: Hemingway (Ernest)

    Hemingway (Ernest)

    Verlag: Jonathan Cape, London, 1926

    Anbieter Lycanthia Rare Books, Newark, NOTTS, Vereinigtes Königreich
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    Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust-jacket: Y. First edition: Y. First UK edition. 8vo. Original green cloth lettered in gilt to spine and with publisher's blind-stamp to lower cover; dust-jacket, correctly priced 6s. Internally VG+; cloth slightly sunned at spine and lower edge, o/w F; jacket tanned and chipped slightly at spine, otherwise VG+. A very pleasing copy of the first UK edition of these stories by Ernest Hemingway. Hanneman A32. Signed: N.

  • For Whom The Bell Tolls **SIGNED **: Hemingway, Ernest

    Hemingway, Ernest

    Verlag: Blakiston Company, Philadelphia, 1940

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. Book Club Edition. INSCRIPTION BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY: "To Henri with all best wishes Ernest Hemingway" ON A SEPERATE BLUE PIECE OF PAPER AND MOUNTED ON FFE WITH FRENCH FLAG PASTEDOWN TABS. This is a book club edition of For Whom The Bell Tolls and the front free end paper with the signature has been neatly cut out for framing. Back in the early 1990's when I bought this book I wanted to display the signature in a frame with photos of Hemingway so I had a frame shop remove the front free end paper with the signature and frame it with the photos. I've since removed the signature page and photos and I am selling the lot with the photos (if you want them). In hindsight, of course I never should have removed the signature page from the book but I was a new collector and wanted to show it off :) You will received everything in the photos and of course feel free to ask any questions you may have. Still very uncommon to own a Hemingway signature and I do love the French flag paste down tabs. It looked great in a frame and I suppose you could do the same. Signed by Author(s).

  • TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT: ERNEST HEMINGWAY

    ERNEST HEMINGWAY

    Verlag: grosset & dunlap new york usa, 1937

    Anbieter ODDS & ENDS BOOKS, Sherwood Forest, CA, USA
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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. 1937 Special War Time Edition Orange Hardcover book VERY GOOD has a previous owners attached bookplate and some scribbles on the front end flap the rest of the pages are clean but aged in color/time. dustjacket id VERY GOOD color is nice and bright all in one piece, edging/folds/corner has some wear in protective Brodart Cover, Book is SIGNED in (faded)pencil on the FULL title page by American classics author ERNEST HEMINGWAY. Signed by Author(s).

  • ERNEST HEMINGWAY Signed WWI German War Theater: Hemingway, Ernest
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    Map. Zustand: Good. Original & Authentic Ernest Hemingway Signed WWI German War Theater Map measuring 28" x 34 1/2". Ernest Hemingway signed and dated 12th of December, 1947 at back panel w/reference to Berlin, Luxemburg, etc. Frameable, restored twenty-fold map w/hand written notes and original signature. Titled: "Flemmings Kriegskarte No. 24 Spezialkarte Der Südlichen Westfront". A 1918 World War I German 'Special Map of the Southern Westfront' by Julius Iwan Kettler and produced by the Carl Flemming company of Berlin and Glogau. Acquired from collector of Cuban related and Hemingway rarities in Miami, Florida whose grandfather collected these while in Cuba decades prior. An item from Hemingway's personal effects. It is estimated Hemingway had a collection of 4,000-6,000 books and other similar effects. Generally clean, very good w/adhesive to folds at back. Suitable for framing; posted folded as shown. A topographic map mounted on linen w/relief shown by spot heights. Includes legend and shows cities and villages, fortresses, roads, and railroads. Nations shown on this map are France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, etc. The Western Front or Western Theater was the main theatre of war during World War I. Following the outbreak of war in August 1914, the German Army opened the Western Front by invading Luxembourg and Belgium, then gaining military control of important industrial regions in France. The tide of the advance was dramatically turned with the Battle of the Marne. Following the Race to the Sea, both sides dug in along a meandering line of fortified trenches, stretching from the North Sea to the Swiss frontier with France. This line remained essentially unchanged for most of the war. Insured post. Signed by Subject.

  • Maurer, Paul. Hemingway, Ernest

    Verlag: Serafina, NM, 2017

    Anbieter Priscilla Juvelis Inc., ABAA, Kennebunkport, ME, USA
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    Artist's book, one of 4 copies, on various papers, hand lettered with metal pens and sumi ink, original block prints with water-based inks, signed by the artist on the colophon. Page size: 7.5 x 8.25 inches; 24pp; + colophon. Bound by the artist: hand-sewn in red linen thread, brown paper wrappers that have been printed with overall pattern of deep brown and vertical rectangular image of matador standing and saluting the crowd with his red cape and sword in his hand on the front on gold gilt ground and a horizontal rectangle image of black bull on red ground, housed in cover stock brown paper with block print of matador inserting two banderillas (from the 2nd stage of the corrida) into the bull's shoulders. The dramatic titlepage, a block engraving printed in black and red is followed by an opening page spread that has the text starting, "So I went to Spain." on the verso and an image of a bull and picador with the ensuing blood, The text lines are curved, following the block print lines. This is the relationship between each subsequent image and text page. The curving lines and bulls curving neck as well as the muleta are all intertwined to make striking images of the ritual that Hemingway describes as a tragedy. The artist's images are often stark, bold, and haunting. This Spanish spectacle is centuries old but is fast losing popular support. The sport in which it is certain that the bull dies is approaching its own demise. The shock of the corrida is aptly conveyed by Paul Maurer's images. The ambivalence of Hemingway's words, "If I could have made this enough of a book it would have had everything in it." which is the last text page, is indicative of another time.

  • HOKUM: A play in three acts: Hemingway Ernest; McNeil,

    Hemingway Ernest; McNeil, Morris

    Verlag: Wellesley Hills Sans Souci Press 1978, 1978

    Anbieter Buddenbrooks, Inc., Newburyport, MA, USA
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    First Edition. ONE OF ONLY THREE COPIES, this being copy Number 2, inscribed by the publisher to the recipient with a long and very personal presentation inscription noting the placement of the three copies and the fact that the book would not be published and bound for still a month after this first issue copy which is specially bound for presentation. Signed and inscribed again on the colophon page with presentation to the recipient and the numbering of the copy as No. 2 of 3. 8vo, publisher's special binding of rough sepia cloth, the spine with a white label lettered in black, with end-leaves, wrapper and slipcase in off-white and the title-page printed in black. Typesetting by Thomas Todd, the binding by Robert Burlen, designed and printed by William and Raquel Freguson for William Young's San Souci Press, June 1978. 138 pp. A pristine copy, as mint, both the book and protective box in excellent condition ONE OF ONLY THREE COPIES OF THE EARLIEST ISSUE OF THE FIRST EDITION. ONE COPY FOR THE PUBLISHER, THIS COPY FOR PRESENTATION BY THE PUBLISHER TO A CLOSE FRIEND AND ASSOCIATE, AND ONE COPY FOR SALE AT THE HIGHEST PRICE. What led to the eventual publication of this book is a story of significant interest and it is outlined in the long introduction by William and Dorothy Young. The typescript of the play was dated: Chicago 1920-1921 and would therefore qualify as Hemingway's first book, unpublished. Later research proved that at least Acts One and Two were completed and that the play had been copyrighted on June 4, 1921 thus proving that "what was apparently Hemingway's first book lay resting in some dusty corner of the copyright office in Washington." 'The carbon typescript of the book was authenticated by Professor Carlos Baker, the definitive Hemingway scholar. The only fragment remaining of the original manuscript descended from Leicester Hemingway to the publisher. In the Quinlan papers at Yale is a letter from Hemingway to Grace Quinlan, dated November 16, 1920, stating, in substance that he is writing a fifty-fifty collaboration with Musselman. Professor Baker also made note of a second letter from Musselman to Hemingway which states among other matters that they must get to work over the weekend to begin the thrird act of the play. The entire matter is discussed in the introduction to the book. At one time, the book was banned in California but remains as Hemingway's first authored book.' W. Young "Banned in California" This is the first printing from the original typescript and is thus the first time the book, apparently Hemingway's first, has been available to the public. The handsome typesetting is by Thomas Todd and the binding by Robert Burlen. Design and printing were carried out by William and Raquel Ferguson.

  • American Author. Among his works are "A Farewell To Arms", "For Whom The Bell Tolls", and "The Old Man & The Sea". Awarded the Nobel Prize in 1954. Handwritten Autograph Letter (unsigned) mentioning hunting, his biographer, a movie deal and most importantly 3 of his most famous short stories from his book In Our Time: " Dr. and Drs. wife " "Indian Camp" "A way you'll never be " Written in ink, one page, 8" x 5". Hemingway writes in his hand "10501 20th Century Fox Robert Goldstein - Ten figures to use Now I Lay Me In Another Country Money spread over 3 years percentage " Then Hemingway lists 3 of his most famous short stories from his Nick Adams series that were autobiographical, the first one about his father and mother , he writes: " Dr. and Drs. wife " "Indian Camp" "A way you'll never be " Seven years lease 300 over 3 years will cable to will cable Suecea Wed. 20th Century check to - Hotch [Hemingway's close friend and biographer A.E. Hotchner] will cable check -" In the last part Hemingway writes about hunting seasons he needs to plan " Oct. 11th ducks opens - Oct. 25th pheasants". Comes with copies of that cable too. A true First Edition of "In Our Time", not even signed by Hemingway would now cost you over $50,000. This handwritten note regarding "In Our Time" is a true find. In excellent condition.

  • Hemingway, Ernest

    Anbieter Markus Brandes Autographs GmbH, Kesswil, TG, Schweiz
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    Autograph letter signed,one page, 8,75 x 4,75 inch, Montana (Switzerland), 30.12.[1929], `Palace Hotel Sanatorium` stationery, to writer and critic Gilbert Seldes (1893-1970), denying having made any direct references to him in a New Yorker article* by [Dorothy] Parker, written and signed in dark ink "Ernest", attractively mounted with aportrait photograph of Hemingway and a plaque, and framed under glass for display (altogether 16,5 x 25 inch), withintersecting letter folds, paper-clip remnants to the upper left corner, trimmed irregularly to the lower edge, mild creasing, and a few short tears with minor loss along the right edge - in fine to good condition. "Dear Gilbert: What would you want from me more convincing than your published denials, Gilbert? What's it all about? You send me the denial but not the accusations. I've never made any. I read D. Parker's piece in N. Yorker and saw no reference or cracks at you. I don't carry the piece with me but it mentioned the editor of some now defunct magazine of culture. Why should that be you? Aren't all the magazines of culture now defunct? It all sounds like ball room bananas to me. Best to you always Ernest" * Published in Ernest Hemingway: Selected Letters, 1917-1961, ed. Carlos Baker (Ernest Hemingway Foundation, Inc.,1959), 318.In late 1929, Hemingway - along with F. Scott Fitzgerald, Dos Passos, Dorothy Parker and others - visited the tubercular child of Gerald and Sara Murphy at a sanatorium in Montana-Vermala, Switzerland. During his visit, Hemingway wrote to Gilbert Seldes, the former editor of The Dial magazine (which had recently closed down permanently), responding to charges concerning Parker's article, "The Artist's Reward," profiling Hemingway in the November 30 issue of the New Yorker. In the article, Parker writes of an unnamed "gentleman who once occupied the editorial chair of a now defunct magazine of culture . . . [who] was shown some of Hemingway's work . . . refused it, and pronounced, 'I hear he has been a reporter - tell him to go on reporting and not try to write'.".

  • Hemingway Signed Book "To Have and Have: Hemingway, Ernest

    Hemingway, Ernest

    Anbieter Max Rambod Inc, Woodland Hills, CA, USA
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    American author. Signed book: To Have and Have Not. Later printing. NY: Schribner's, 1953. Hardcover, 8-3/8" x 6-3/4" inches, 262 pages. Signed and inscribed on interior title page, "To Ben Strauss best luck always, Ernest Hemingway." To Have and Have Not is Hemingway's story of fishing boat captain Harry Morgan, a good man who is forced into running contraband between Cuba and Florida by forces beyong his control. Both a romance and an adventure story, To Have and Have Not was later adapted into a film starring Humphrey Bogart. No dustjacket. Owner's bookplate on front free end paper. Exterior cloth has faded, especially on spine, and has a few bumps. Interior is in very good condition with a nice bold inscription and signature.

  • The Best Plays of 1930-31: Hemingway, Ernest

    Hemingway, Ernest

    Verlag: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1931

    Anbieter Bookbid, Beverly Hills, CA, USA
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    hardcover. Zustand: fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: good. first. INSCRIBED first edition, 1931 stated on title and copyright page. Humorously inscribed by Hemingway on the title page. Fine book, previous owner's name written on front free end paper. Dust jacket good, some pieces missing. Housed in a custom-made fold-out case.

  • A Farewell to Arms]. A rare sample: HEMINGWAY, Ernest.

    HEMINGWAY, Ernest.

    Verlag: New York Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930

    Anbieter Shapero Rare Books, London, Vereinigtes Königreich
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    8vo; full complement of blank pages; printing department binding of green cloth, gilt lettered lettering-piece to spine (later addition), plain paper endpapers to front (paste-residue showing and offsetting), heavier, more finished salmon ones to rear, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, soiling and fading to boards and spine but sound and solid; hand-written letter loosely inserted (215 x 140 mm), folded horizontally twice, creased at corners, short split to right margin of each fold, otherwise very good. kalif21 The key to this rare curiosity is the hand-written letter with the salutation to 'George' and signed by a A. R. Warnock or Warwick, dated 5th Feb' 1930; 'Here are some bound samples at last/ Please note the inclosed (sic), which is made with the cloth right side. I made up this cover because the polished surface of the reverse side shows every finger mark. I have also inclosed (sic) a piece of cloth showing part of it schallacked (sic), to prevent finger marking and at the same time giving a high polish.' Following this is list of prices according to the options quoted. This was produced at time when Hemingway, at the age of 30, was being lauded for this milestone novel. First published on September 27th the previous year, both as a trade and limited edition, it was quickly reprinted 'twice in September, once in October and three times in November 1929. By February 14th, 1930, sales stood at 79,251'; hence the reason for the publisher taking such pains to capitalise on the success and ensure the reprints did not disappoint aesthetically. Hanneman A8.

  • Ernest Hemingway

    Verlag: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940

    Anbieter E. B. Books, Vancouver, BC, Kanada
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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. 1st Edition. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1940. True First edition and first printing of the novel that is regarded as one of Hemingway's best works. Octavo, original beige cloth. Signed by Ernest Hemingway on othe front free endpaper. Book is in Near Fine condition, sharp corners and unfaded red gilded title on spine. Dustjacket in a Very Good condition with a few small closed tears, creases and shallow chipping to spine ends, original $2.75 price on front flap. It was the basis for the 1943 film directed by Sam Wood, starring Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman. It was nominated for nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress; however, only the Greek actress Katina Paxinou won an Oscar for her portrayal of Pilar. SIGNED by author. Photos available on request. $5,000. Inscribed by Author(s).

  • HEMINGWAY, Ernest.

    Verlag: Jonathan Cape, London, 1958

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    358 [1] pp. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's cloth in dust jacket. Ninth Impression of the UK edition. Small ink stamp to rear pastedown; very slight moisture damage to the upper left corner of the last few leaves; else a very good copy with some fading of the red cloth at the spine. The dust jacket is bright and unchipped. Signed and inscribed by Ernest Hemingway for Selwa Roosevelt, Malaga, 1959, with an autograph letter of provenance by the recipient laid in.

  • HEMINGWAY, Ernest.

    Verlag: The Modern Library, New York, 1932

    Anbieter Jeffrey H. Marks, Rare Books, ABAA, Rochester, NY, USA
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    355 pp. 12mo, publisher's flexible cloth in dust jacket. First Modern Library edition. Slightly cocked; light use; in a bright jacket with some chipping to the top edge and a short closed tear at the bottom of the front panel. Inscribed by Hemingway on the half-title. The recipient, Vivian Reeves, was apparently a childhood friend of Pauline Hemingway, the author's second wife, in Arkansas. A photograph Reeves, signed by her, is included.

  • Hemingway, Ernest

    Verlag: Scribners / Scribner's, 1940

    Anbieter THE FINE BOOKS COMPANY / A.B.A.A / 1979, ROCHESTER, MI, USA
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    First Edition. FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS, Scribners, 1940, first edition but a later printing without the publishers designation for such, a tight vg copy in fine facsimilie dust-wrapper. SIGNED by the author.

  • Hemingway Signed Book "For Whom the Bell: Hemingway, Ernest

    Hemingway, Ernest

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    American author. Signed book: For Whom the Bell Tolls. Later printing. NY: Scribner's, 1955. Hardcover, 8-3/8" x 6-3/4" inches, 471 pages. Signed and inscribed on front free end paper, "To Ben Strauss with best regards and all good luck, Ernest Hemingway." For Whom the Bell Tolls is Hemingway's semi-autobiographical novel of young American soldier in the Spanish Civil War who is assigned to blow up a bridge. The story, which Hemingway devised from his own observations and experiences as a war reporter in the Spanish Civil War, graphically displays the conflict between the desire to live and the desire to fulfill one's duty through the brutality of war. Critically acclaimed and financially successful, For Whom the Bell Tolls is considered to be among Hemingway's greatest works. No dustjacket. Owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Exterior cloth has faded, mostly on the spine, faint dampstain to upper 2 inches and small ink stains to rear cover. Some offsetting from bookplate to front free end paper where Hemingway's inscription is located. Otherwise, the interior is in very good condition with a nice bold inscription and signature.

  • Ernest Hemingway

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    Pas de couverture. Zustand: Très bon. Edition originale. [Kenya], 14 octobre 1953. 2 pages dactylographiées in-4 (253 x 202 mm) avec quelques mots autographes à l encre bleue, environ 55 lignes par page, signature autographe « Mister Papa » ; enveloppe jointe. BELLE ET LONGUE LETTRE EN ESPAGNOL ÉVOQUANT SON VOYAGE AU KENYA. Adressée à Roberto Herrera Sotolongo secrétaire et photographe d Hemingway à Cuba elle constitue un témoignage très vivant du deuxième safari kényan (1953-1954) au cours duquel l écrivain vieillissant cherchait à retrouver les sensations qui, vingt ans plus tôt, lui avaient inspiré des chefs-d uvre tels que The Short happy life of Francis Macomber et The Snows of Kilimanjaro. Cher et très apprécié Monstruo : Je suis passé hier par Nairobi, j'ai terminé les premières préparations du safari et reçu ta lettre avec les chèques pour les gars dont le mystérieux chèque du Canada (d'un de mes enfants illégitimes ?) et l'important chèque de dividendes pour Miss Mary. Je pense qu il est peut être dangereux d'encaisser celui du Canada. Est-il certifié ? C est peut-être l il de Moscou ou de la grande putain. En parlant de ça, quelles nouvelles de la Planète Putareal ? Raconte-moi de la Floridita et transmet mes salutations et mon amour le plus sincère au Leo et mon bonjour à tous ceux du bar ainsi qu à Alvarez Le grand Mayito est ces jours-ci au Tanganyka et va nous rejoindre la semaine prochaine dans la propriété de Patricio. Mayito est connu dans les parages pour être le meilleur tireur cubain. Il tue plus de gens que le typhus ou que Pepe Quintanilla. Il est très bon fusil et tire plus vite que son ombre. Il lui demande de prendre contact avec « l'Illustre don Andres » et de lui lire ce qu il lui a écrit, car il n a pas ses coordonnées et se lève tous les jours à 4h du matin, parcourant 10 à 15 miles par jour, de sorte que le soir il est mort et incapable de signer des chèques. Mais il a quand même traîné deux lions de 192 kg sur près de deux mille mètres. Après t'avoir écrit la dernière fois, nous avons pris avec Theisen des photographies qui promettent d'être magnifiques. Moi très près d'un couple de superbes rhinocéros, et des photographies de très beaux buffles. Il y a aussi un impala qui a fait un saut de 28 pieds pour atterrir à l'intérieur de la jeep et « pauvre papa » qui tient la bête par la peau du cou ; Theisen l'a pris de l'extérieur avec son flash au 5000e de seconde (je ne me souviens pas du chiffre). Si c est réussi, ce sera l une des meilleures photos en action de l année Mary et lui ont eu des soucis avec des buffles et des lions, mais il vaut mieux s en rapporter aux photos qu essayer de convaincre « el soberano publico con las putas palabras ». Nous avons formé une bande Masaï, de vrais « couillus », elle s'appelle Los Honest Ernie's. Demain matin, je dois aller, à la demande du Game Department, tuer un éléphant de très grande taille, une sorte de vendetta des employés du « Kenia marble quarries » Il le remercie de ses diligences concernant les impôts, et lui envoie un chèque de 400 $ avec des instructions pour régler différentes petites dettes. La longue liste de salutations se termine par un « abrazo » a son « frère et ami », la signature « Mister papa » et ces quelques mots autographes : Muchos saludos y memorias de Mary. Nunca estuva tan alegre, sano y contento. À l époque de l antispécisme et de la dévaluation du mâle, cette prose macho, baroudeuse et déculpabilisée avec ses « rifles », « putas », « cuites » et autres « cojones » laisse rêveur. Mais lorsqu on sait qu en 1953, au Kenya, Hemingway chassait moins les lions et les éléphants qu il ne se débattait contre le vieillissement et sa dépendance à l alcool, cette lettre trop virile en devient presque poignante : le rugissement peu assuré d un lion blessé. On joint le chèque de 400 $ évoqué dans la lettre, libellé au nom de « Roberto Herrera », daté et signé par Hemingway (15 octobre 1953). Signé par l'auteur.

  • A Farewell to Arms', US inscribed later: Hemingway, Ernest

    Hemingway, Ernest

    Verlag: Charles Schribner s Sons, 1929

    Anbieter First and Fine, Birmingham, Vereinigtes Königreich
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    Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Hemingway, Ernest (1929) A Farewell to Arms , first edition, seventh printing, published by Charles Schribner s Sons. Reprinted three times in November 1929 on the copyright page. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: To Eleanor and Vive la France | Ernest Hemingway | Glamour House | 1939 . Housed in a custom cloth chemise and quarter-bound leather slipcase with five raised bands and the details stamped in gold on the spine. Provenance: Glamour House was the name that Hemingway gave the suite at Sun Valley Lodge, where he stayed with his then-girlfriend Martha Gellhorn in the fall of 1939. Following the previous owner, the recipient of this copy was Eleanor Young, daughter of Robert Ralph Young, better known as Railroad Young, financier and industrialist. Eleanor was also niece of the painter Georgia O Keeffe, the mother of American modernism . Sold through Swann Auction Galleries in 2019. Condition: the book is square and tight, minor wear to the golden labels, spine faded slightly, endpaper gutters toned, pages clean and unmarked throughout. The inscription is somewhat under-inked. Near fine. Due to the huge success, A Farewell to Arms went very shortly into multiple printings: this seventh print was issued only two months after the first. It is taller and larger than the first one (205 x 145 mm against 195 x 135); the characters and pagination are the same but this seventh printing has wider margins. This difference was non noted by Grissom (A.8.1.g). A Farewell to Arms served as basis for two films. The first one was directed on 1932 by Frank Borzage, starring Gary Cooper and Helene Hayes. The second (1957), was directed by Charles Vidor starring Rock Hudson, Jennifer Jones and Vittorio De Sica. A lovely copy of a classic book inscribed and signed by Nobel Prize laureate Hemingway. First and Fine. Signed by Author(s).

  • Hemingway, Ernest

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    Signed vintage photograph, shows an unidentified man on horseback, 8 x 10 inch, signed and inscribed by Ernest Hemingway in blue ballpoint ink "My old friend Bill Bridge*. - I sold old Baldy and hung up my saddle, and then I bid farewell to the god-damn cattle - Best always, - Ernest Hemingway" - on the verso an autograph rhyme signed by Hemingway to Bill, mostly based on an old cowboy song `The Old Christholm Trail`and later bawdy versions of the same, attractively mounted (removable) for fine display with a photograph of Ernest Hemingway on a safari (altogether 16,5 x 11,75 inch), with mild creases and bumped corner tips - in fine condition.* It seems likely that Bill Budge was a hunting friend of Hemingway.

  • To Have and Have Not: Hemingway, Ernest

    Hemingway, Ernest

    Verlag: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1937

    ISBN 10: 0684153289ISBN 13: 9780684153285

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing (Scribner seal and A on copyright page). Published by Charles Scribner s Sons, 1937. Octavo. Black cloth boards stamped in gold with green spine label. Boldly signed by Ernest Hemingway on title page in green pencil (flat signed, not inscribed). Book is very good. No writing or previous owner names. Spine straight. First few pages starting but still firmly attached. Some light spotting to endpapers. Lacking dust jacket. A scarce signed copy of this classic Hemingway title. 262 pages. 100% positive feedback. 30 day money back guarantee. NEXT DAY SHIPPING! Excellent customer service. Please email with any questions or if you would like a photo. All books packed carefully and ships with free delivery confirmation/tracking. All books come with free bookmarks. Ships from Southampton, New York. Signed by Author(s).

  • Hemingway, Ernest. [Maxwell Perkins]

    Verlag: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1926

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    First edition, first printing of Hemingway's first major novel with with the misprint "stoppped" on page 181 line 26. Octavo, original black cloth with bronze paper labels to the spine and front panel. Accompanied by a typed letter signed by American editor Maxwell Perkins on Charles Scribner's Sons letterhead. Best remembered for discovering authors F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, and James Jones, Maxwell Perkins met Hemingway through F. Scott Fitzgerald after facilitating the publication of Fitzgerald's debut novel, This Side of Paradise. It was Perkins who fought for the publication of Hemingway's first major novel, The Sun Also Rises, in 1926 in the wake of objections to Hemingway's profanity raised by traditionalists in the firm. The commercial success of Hemingway's next novel in 1929, A Farewell to Arms, which topped the best-seller list, silenced colleagues' questions about Perkins' editorial judgment. In near fine condition. Housed in a custom clamshell box. The Sun Also Rises was published by Scribner's in 1926, and a year later in the United Kingdom by Jonathan Cape under the title Fiesta. Though it initially received mixed reviews, it is now "recognized as Hemingway's greatest work" (Meyers, 1985). The fictional plot depicts a love story between war-wounded and impotent Jake Barnes and the promiscuous divorcee Lady Brett Ashley, but the novel is a roman a clef; the characters are based on real people and the action is based on real events. Hemingway proposes that the "Lost Generation," considered to have been decadent, dissolute and irretrievably damaged by World War I, was resilient and strong. Naturally, themes of love, death, renewal in nature, and the nature of masculinity are heavily investigated. For example, the characters engage in bull-fighting, which is presented as an idealized drama: The matador faces death and, in so doing, creates a moment of existential nothingness, broken when he vanquishes the possibility of death by killing the bull (Stoltzfus, 2005). The Sun Also Rises is seen as an iconic modernist novel for future generations (Mellow, 1992), although it has been emphasized that Hemingway was not philosophically a modernist (Reynolds, 1990). "The Sun Also Rises is Hemingway's masterpiece--one of them, anyway--and no matter how many times you've read it or how you feel about the manners and morals of the characters, you won't be able to resist its spell. This is a classic that really does live up to its reputation" (David Laskin).

  • Signed Manuscript TLS by Ernest Hemingway to: Ernest Hemingway

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    No Binding. 1st Edition. Original typed manuscript letter signed by Ernest Hemingway on his embossed Sun Valley Lodge, Idaho letterhead, dated November 13 1947. To Roberto Hererra (also spelled sometimes as Herrera), who would become the manager of his estate in Finca Vigia, Cuba. Letter includes hunting content with primary focus being recipient's upcoming Christmas visit. Signed, in full, as Ernest Hemingway, with 'Ernesto' added above. Letter folded at center with interior blank. Unfolded, measures 11.5" x 7.5". Center fold runs through the signature. Includes original type-addressed envelope with American and Cuban postmarks, measuring 6.15" x 4.25". Signed by Author(s).

  • HEMINGWAY, Ernest.

    Verlag: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1935

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    295 pp. Decorations by Edward Shenton. 8vo, publisher's cloth. Later printing. Very slightly cocked; spine slightly faded; a few minor smudges and spots to cloth. A tight, very good copy with an early inscription. Inscribed and signed by Ernest Hemingway on the front free endpaper, Key West, 1936, "with all best wishes for good fortune.".

  • Hemingway Signed Wartime Classic "A Farewell to: Hemingway, Ernest

    Hemingway, Ernest

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    American author. Signed book: A Farewell to Arms. Later printing. NY: Modern Library, 1932. Hardcover, 4.5" x 6.5" inches, 355 pages. Signed and inscribed on the dedication page, "To Helen Mauldin, with very best wishes, Ernest Hemingway." A Farewell to Arms was Hemingway's semi-autobiographical first-person account of American Frederic Henry, serving as a Lieutenant in the ambulance corps of the Italian Army. Although set in war, the book is a essentially a love story between the young lieutenant bearing striking similarities to Hemingway, and a young British nurse. Both a commercial and critical success, which later became an acclaimed film. No dustjacket. Very good condition with a nice bold inscription and signature.

  • For Whom the Bell Tolls.: Hemingway, Ernest.

    Hemingway, Ernest.

    Verlag: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fine. 1st Edition. Grissom A.17.1.a. Later Issue without Scribner's "A" on copyright page. A Near Fine copy in calico grain cloth stamped in black and red at spine, pale brown topstain. Very mild toning to spine. Endpapers offset as typically. First Issue Dustwrapper (without photographer's name) in black, red, pale blue and white dustwrapper, price-clipped, unfaded, with minor restoration to extremities. This copy SIGNED by Hemingway, diagonally across the first blank page after the free front endpaper, no inscription. 471pp. Basis for adaptation [Paramount, 1943, with Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, Akim Tamiroff]. Difficult now to find signed copies of the first edition. Q15902. Signed by Author(s).

  • Green Hills of Africa: HEMINGWAY, Ernest

    HEMINGWAY, Ernest

    Verlag: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1935

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Near Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. Reprint (likely second printing). Near fine with the green boards unusually bright in handsome very good or better price-clipped dustwrapper with the green unfaded on the spine, and with rubbing and several short tears. Inscribed by the author: "To James K. McGuiness with best regards, Ernest Hemingway." McGuiness was an author and screenwriter, the Marx Borthers movie *A Night at the Opera* was based on his story. An attractive and sound copy of Hemingway's famous account of big-game hunting, with digressions on literary matters.

  • A Farewell to Arms. "Reprinted twice in: Hemingway, Ernest (Signed

    Hemingway, Ernest (Signed Presentation Copy).

    Verlag: Scribner's, 1929

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good. 5th or later Edition. A very handsome copy bound in finely woven gleaming black cloth with gold rectangular paste-downs on the front boards and the spine. The spine paste-down has a faint vertical crease. With sunfading to the spine. Very clean and tight throughout; virtually unread. The first issue without the legal disclaimer. In a supplied first edition, first issue dust jacket with "Katharine Barclay" on the front flap of the jacket panel. The rear panel has reviews for "The Sun Also Rises" and "Men Without Women." The jacket is very worn and is missing the bottom 1" of the spine. However, the art deco Cleonike artwork on the front panel is splendid. This copy is inscribed in Hemingway's energetic hand in black ink on the front endpaper: "For Horace E. Gillmore, Jr. with very best wishes Ernest Hemingway." Included is a letter of provenance. A Farewell to Arms is a novel by Ernest Hemingway set during the Italian campaign of World War I. First published in 1929, it is a first-person account of an American, Frederic Henry, serving as a lieutenant("tenente") in the ambulance corps of the Italian Army. The title is taken from a poem by the 16th-century English dramatistGeorge Peele. The novel, set against the backdrop of World War I, describes a love affair between the expatriate Henry and an English nurse, Catherine Barkley. Its publication ensured Hemingway's place as a modern American writer of considerable stature.[1]The book became his first best-seller,[2]and has been called "the premier American war novel from that debacle World War I."[3]The novel has been adapted a number of times, initially for the stage in 1930; as a film in 1932 and again in 1957, and as a three-part television miniseries in 1966. The 1996 filmIn Love and War, directed byRichard Attenborough and starring Chris O'Donnell and Sandra Bullock, depicts Hemingway's life in Italy as an ambulance driver in the events prior to his writing of A Farewell to Arms. (Wikipedia) Later printing, the sixth printing, with 1929 on the title page and Several reprintings in 1929, ending with"Reprinted twice in November, 1929" on the copyright page with the Scribner's seal. Inscribed by Author(s).

  • Hemingway, Ernest

    Verlag: Charles Scriber's Sons: NY, 1929

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    Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. 9.25 x 6.25", half vellum; boards, 355pp, covers rubbed, vellum darkened, tiny stain to lower fore-corner of front cover, covers unevenly sunned, extremities bumped, hinges loose, two bookplates from former owners and one signature/date on front fly from former owner, slight moldy scent though still a good copy, in a newer (not original) slipcse; LIMITED TO 510 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, ERNEST HEMINGWAY. Signed by Author(s).