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Hemingway, Ernest

"Wine of Wyoming" a short story in Scribner's Magazine August 1930; Scribner's Magazine Vol. LXXXVIII Nos. 1-6 July-December 1930

Scribner's: NY 1930 Illus., 10 x 7", black buckram, gilt spine lettering, 683pp. Ex-library, bound without magazine covers and ads, covers worn and rubbed, scratched, contents have scattered light spotting and a few edge tears else good to very good. A note accompanying the story says that Hemingway is considered a master of the short story, he writes comparatively few. Here is his first since his novel "A Farewell to Arms". This volume also includes an article by Winston Churchill "If Lee Had Not Won The Battle Of Gettysburg", short stories by James Gould Cozzens "S.S. San Pedro", Sherwood Anderson "Cotton Mill", "It's a Woman's Age", poetry by Conrad Aiken, Sara Teasdale, William Carlos Williams. Also articles on Einstein, J.E.B. Stuart, Edwin Booth and Abraham Lincoln. Prohibition is represented with three articles: "The Benefits of Prohibition"-Burt, "A Parson Looks at Prohibition"- Wimberly and "Economics and Prohibition Donít Mix" - Carter. Of special interest is Eugene Gordon's contribution "Negro Society". A brief note preceding his piece: "College graduates, $60,000 a year lawyers, porters and janitors are all a part of the fabric of Afro-American society. What are its aspirations? What are its society news notes like? Is its social capital Harlem or Washington or Chicago? A Negro writes with directness and honesty of his own people". This volume is full of great content.

Book Id: 99-5201

Price: $35.00

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