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The Complete Short Stories Of Ernest Hemingway (2003, original release: 1987)


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Published: New York : Scribner, 2003 ©1987
Edition:  Finca Vigía edition, first Scribner trade paperback edition
Description:  xviii, 650 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0684843323, 9780684843322, 9781417660513, 1417660511, 9781451726947, 1451726945, 9780684843322,
Language:  English

"Foreword by John, Patrick, and Gregory Hemingway ; preface by Charles Scribner, Jr."--Cover

Collects all the stories Hemingway published in his lifetime, those published posthumously, and some that are appearing in print for the first time

Short happy life of Francis Macomber -- Capital of the world -- Snows of Kilimanjaro -- Old man at the bridge -- Up in Michigan -- On the Quai at Smyrna -- Indian camp -- Doctor and the doctor's wife -- End of something -- Three-day blow -- Battler -- A very short story -- Soldier's home -- Revolutionist -- Mr. and Mrs. Elliot -- Cat in the rain -- Out of season -- Cross-country snow -- My old man -- Big two-hearted river. Big two-hearted river. Undefeated -- In another country -- Hills like white elephants -- 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 -- Light of the world -- God rest you merry, gentlemen -- Sea change -- A way you'll never be -- Mother of a queen -- One reader writes -- Homage to Switzerland -- A day's wait -- A natural history of the dead -- Wine of Wyoming -- Gambler, the nun, and the radio -- Fathers and sons Part I : "The first forty-nine." Preface to the "The first forty-nine" -- Part I -- Part II --

One trip across -- Tradesman's return -- Denunciation -- Butterfly and the tank -- Night before battle -- Under the ridge -- Nobody ever dies -- Good lion -- Faithful bull -- Get a seeing-eyed dog -- A man of the world -- Summer people -- Last good country -- An African story Part II : Short stories published in books or magazines subsequent to "The first forty-nine."

A train trip -- Porter -- Black ass at the cross roads -- Landscape with figures -- I guess everything reminds you of something -- Great news from the mainland -- Strange country Part III : Previously unpublished fiction.

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