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Hemingway and the Sun Set

Betram D. Sarason

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ISBN 10: 0910972060 / ISBN 13: 9780910972062
Published by MCR/Microcard Editions, Washington DC, 1972
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Presumed first edition. Hardcover in bright orange cloth lettered in gilt. 279 pp. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Separates the fact from the fiction surrounding Hemingway's characters in The Sun Also Rises, using interviews of still-living prototypes, relatives, friends from the Paris period, and long forgotten records. Fine in bright, near fine dust jacket with a trace of wear on bottom edge. Bookseller Inventory # E16152

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Title: Hemingway and the Sun Set

Publisher: MCR/Microcard Editions, Washington DC

Publication Date: 1972

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: near fine

Edition: presumed first edition.

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From the dust jacket flap: Beginning in 1965, Professor Bertram D. Sarason set about the formidable task of separating fact from the abundant fiction surrounding The Sun Also Rises. The ensuing five years were spent tracking down and interviewing the still-living prototypes, traveling through Europe and America seeking their relatives and friends from the Paris period, and delving into long forgotten records. With scrupulous objectivity Professor Sarason has recorded the fruits of his own research and gathered articles from The Sun set and those who knew them. This, the resulting volume, brings the persons and events portrayed in the novel into a far clearer focus than has ever before been possible. Perhaps most important, it provides considerable insight into Hemingway's techniques as a writer--and his strengths and foibles as a human being.

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