Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) was one of the great literary figures of the twentieth century, and one of the great stylists in both fictional and non-fictional prose. An extraordinary number of his letters are still extant, and this edition will be reproducing them all, from childhood notes to his parents to communications made not long before his suicide. The multi-volumed collection is a scholarly event of historic importance and interest. For the first time readers will have access to the complete letters of the uncommonly popular and extraordinarily influential Nobel Laureate, whose outsized public persona has sometimes overshadowed the complex man and revolutionary artist that the letters reveal.
General Editor: Sandra Spanier, Pennsylvania State University
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