The Ernest Hemingway Collection
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Author's Republic, 2023.
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9h 22m 19s
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Ernest Hemingway., Ernest Hemingway|AUTHOR., Geoffrey Giuliano|READER., & The Arc|READER. (2023). The Ernest Hemingway Collection . Author's Republic.

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Ernest Hemingway et al.. 2023. The Ernest Hemingway Collection. Author's Republic.

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Ernest Hemingway et al.. The Ernest Hemingway Collection Author's Republic, 2023.

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Ernest Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway|AUTHOR, Geoffrey Giuliano|READER, and The Arc|READER. The Ernest Hemingway Collection Author's Republic, 2023.

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    [synopsis] => Ernest Hemingway was an American novelist and short-story writer, widely considered one of the greatest writers of the 20th century. Hemingway's writing style was characterized by its spare and concise prose, and he was known for his ability to convey deep emotions through simple, direct language. Hemingway's most famous works include "The Sun Also Rises," "A Farewell to Arms," and "The Old Man and the Sea."

Hemingway's writing often dealt with themes of love, war, and the search for meaning in a complex and often cruel world. His characters were often disillusioned and haunted by the traumas of their past, but they remained resilient in the face of adversity. Hemingway's work was influential not only for its literary style, but also for its depiction of the human condition in a time of great social and political upheaval. Hemingway won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954, and his legacy as a writer and cultural icon continues to be felt today.

"In Our Time" is a collection of short stories and vignettes published in 1925, that explores themes of war, loss, and the human condition through a series of brief, often fragmented glimpses into the lives of its characters.

"The Sun Also Rises" published in 1926, that follows a group of expatriates in the aftermath of World War I as they search for meaning and purpose in their lives.

"The Torrents of Spring" published in 1926, that parodies the writing style and themes of Sherwood Anderson's novel "Dark Laughter."

Here is the ultimate Audiobook celebration of this great enduring artist narrated by Emmy-nominated actor and author Geoffrey Giuliano.
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