Monologue To The Maestro: A High Seas Letter in Esquire Magazine

Hemingway, Ernest

Published by Esquire, Inc., Chicago, 1935
Magazine / Periodical Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Entire October issue, in original colorful pictorial Sam Berman wraps, light general wear, mostly clean, still bright. From opening paragraph, "About a year and a half ago a young man came to the front door of the house in Key West and said that he had hitch-hiked down from upper Minnesota to ask your correspondent a few questions about writing. Arrived that day from Cuba, having to see some good friends off on the train in an hour, and to write some letters in the meantime, your correspondent, both flattered and appalled at the prospect of the questioning, told the young man to come around the next afternoon." Issue includes other non-fiction from Theodore Dreiser, Oliver La Farge, Harold Titus, Charles Rawlings, Carleton Smith, Fred C. Kelly, Hermann B. Deutsch, William Moulton Marston, J. C. Furnas, Lawton Mackall, Major Paul Brown, and John Wilstach, fiction from Manual Komroff, Langston Hughes, John Cournos, Robert Buckner, Henri Duvernois, Hewitt L. Ballowe, Richard Sherman, Robert Carson, Henry Harvey, Tim Pridgen, and Lajos Zilahy, satire from Arthur Davison Ficke, Edward L. McKenna, Joseph Alger, and Martin Panzer, sports from Frank Scully, Clark Shaughnessy, Glenn S. Warner (Pop Warner), Raymond Browne, and Travis Hoke, and cartoons from John Groth, E. Simms Campbell, R. Van Buren, Gilbert Bundy, D. McKay, Howard Baer, Rodney de Sarro, Paul Webb, George Petty, George Lichty, Jay Irving, Ty Mahon, and Abner Dean. Housed in archival bag with stiff backing. Bookseller Inventory # 018556

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Title: Monologue To The Maestro: A High Seas Letter...

Publisher: Esquire, Inc., Chicago

Publication Date: 1935

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

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