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1 COWLEY, MALCOLM, ED After the Genteel Tradition. American Writers Since 1910
New York Norton 1937 
First Edition. Ownership signature dated in the year of publication. Contains essays on various American writers including an early one “Homage to Ernest Hemingway” by John Peale Bishop. There are essays on Theodore Dreiser, Upton Sinclair, Willa Cather, Van Wyck Brooks, Sherwood Anderson, H.L. Mencken, Eugene O'Neill, Sinclair Lewis, James Branch Cabell, Robinson Jeffers, Edna St. Vincent Millay, John Dos Passos, Thomas Wolfe. Near fine in a lightly used dust jacket with a few tiny chips with a darkened spine. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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2 GROTH, JOHN Studio: Europe. Illustrated by the Author
New York Vanguard 1945 
First Edition. Introduction by Ernest Hemingway. Signed by the author, artist John Groth. Laid in is a black & white photograph John Groth signed and inscribed by the artist. The impressions of World War II by the noted artist. Some rubbing and stains to cloth in a rather poor worn and chipped dust jacket. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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3 HANNEMAN, AUDRE Ernest Hemingway. A Comprehensive Bibliography
Princeton Princeton University Press 1969 
Second printing with corrections. Very good copy. Essential for any Hemingway collector. Out-of-print. 
Price: 135.00 USD
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4 HOTCHNER, A.E Papa Hemingway. A Personal Memoir by A.E. Hotchner
New York Random House 1966 
First Edition. Signed by the author, A.E. Hotchner on the front free endpaper. Below Hotchner's signature is a signed presentation inscription from a friend of Hotchner's to a restauranteur, and reads: “For Rene and Maurice, Because ‘Papa' Hotchner...and I have so enjoyed Le Chanteclair over the years. Frank Macaulay, 4/13/66.” Illustrated. Fine copy in a fine dust jacket. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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5 OLIVER, CHARLES M Ernest Hemingway A to Z. The Essential Reference to the Life and Work
New York Checkmark Books 1999 
First Edition. Oversized paperbound format. Signed by the author, Charles M. Oliver. Fine in printed wrappers. Published in honor of Hemingway's centennial, this is an encyclopedic 452 page reference guide offering a comprehensive overview of his personal and professional accomplishments, including plot summaries for each novel and short story, all of Hemingway's major and minor characters, summaries of his nonfiction books, published works, and poems, much biographical information for Hemingway and his friends and family, related people and places, and events referred to in his writing, and much more. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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6 PERKINS, MAXWELL “Very Confidential” A Report on For Whom the Bell Tolls by Charles Scribner III. From the Speiser & Easterling-Hallman Foundation Collection of Ernest Hemingway
Columbia, SC University of South Carolina, Thomas Cooper Library 2001 
First Edition. Paperbound, single sheet, folded. One of 300 copies specially printed for distribution at the Hemingway Symposium, University of South Carolina, Sept. 21 - 22, 2001. Fine in printed wrappers. Reproduces a typed letter signed by legendary Scribner's editor, Maxwell Perkins, dated Mar. 12, 1940, to Maurice J. Speiser, in which Perkins relays advance judgment from Hemingway's publisher, on his new novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls. Perkins writes: “Dear Maurice Speiser, Here is a report, confidential, about Ernest's progress, from Charles Scribner; ‘...It is really a swell novel...It has great unity...You don't want to put it down...It is to a great extent a love story and there is no propaganda about Spain. Ernest has lost none of his fire or his close knit style, but he has gained warmth and understanding...He is now working hard on the last morning and doesn't quite see his ending yet.' ...Ever sincerely yours, Maxwell Perkins.” Above the Scribner's letterhead, Perkins has hand-written and underlined “Very Confidential.” 
Price: 65.00 USD
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7 VILLARD, HENRY S. & JAMES NAGEL Hemingway in Love and War. The Lost Diary of Agnes von Kurowsky, Her Letters, and Correspondence of Ernest Hemingway
Boston Northwestern University Press 1989 
First Edition. Signed presentation copy, inscribed by the author: “With best wishes to Dacor, Henry Serrano Villard. Washington, D.C. 1989.” Illustrated. Fine fresh copy in a fine dust jacket. The basis of the film In Love and War, starring Sandra Bullock as Agnes ('Aggie/Ag') von Kurowsky, the nurse who cared for Ernest Hemingway (after he suffered shrapnel wounds in Milan in 1918) with whom he fell in love and planned to marry, with Chris O'Donnell as Hemingway. Henry S. Villard was the youngest Red Cross ambulance driver in Italy and became a close friend of Hemningway and von Kurowsky while he was in the hospital bed next to Hemingway. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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