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Hemingway, ErnestThe Sun Also Rises
$14.48
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Publisher: BOMC, 1993
Hardcover. New. New hardcover with DJ, penned and printed signature of author on title page, Brand New hardcover with DJ, Excellent condition,
KERPHYLFUNBOOKSNSTUFF
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Hemingway, ErnestThe Sun Also Rises
$25,000.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1927
Hardcover. Used - Very Good Very Good in Very Good jacket. Early printing, inscribed by Hemingway to Donald R. Williams. The novel that defined the Lost Generation, Hemingway portrays the cafes of Paris, the bullfights of Pamplona, and the always fraught relationships between men and women. An iconic modernist work, it received mixed reviews upon its release (and horrible reviews from Hemingway's mother), though it has endured with aplomb--and never gone out of print. Certainly a high spot.
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Hemingway, ErnestThe Sun Also Rises
$25,000.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1927
Used - Very Good. Early printing, inscribed by Hemingway to Donald R. Williams. The novel that defined the Lost Generation, Hemingway portrays the cafes of Paris, the bullfights of Pamplona, and the always fraught relationships between men and women. An iconic modernist work, it received mixed reviews upon its release (and horrible reviews from Hemingway's mother), though it has endured with aplomb -- and never gone out of print. Certainly a high spot.
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Ernest HemingwayErnest Hemingway Complete First Edition Collection, The Torrents of Spring, The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, The Old Man and the Sea, For Whom the Bell Tolls, In Our Time, Men Without Women, Death in the Afternoon, Winner Take Nothing, Green...
$37,500.00
Hardcover
Used - Very Good. For sale is an outstanding Ernest Hemingway first edition collection. All 50 of the books in this Ernest Hemingway set are first editions, first printings. There are two books signed by Ernest Hemingway, a signed limited edition of "A Farewell to Arms", and "Men Without Women". There were only 510 copies of the signed limited edition of "A Farewell to Arms", and for this reason it is one of the most sought after Ernest Hemingway collectibles. The inscription on "Men Without...
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Hemingway, ErnestThe Sun Also Rises
$25,000.00
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good. Early printing, inscribed by Hemingway to Donald R. Williams. The novel that defined the Lost Generation, Hemingway portrays the cafes of Paris, the bullfights of Pamplona, and the always fraught relationships between men and women. An iconic modernist work, it received mixed reviews upon its release (and horrible reviews from Hemingway's mother), though it has endured with aplomb - and never gone out of print....
Sanctuary Books
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Hemingway, ErnestThe Sun Also Rises (Facsimile Dust Jacket for the 1st Edition Book-JACKET ONLY; NO BOOK)
$22.00
Publisher: Phantom Bookshop, 2013
Phantom Bookshop, 2013. A rendered facsimile dust jacket for the 1926 first edition book of THE SUN ALSO RISES. The jacket was rendered by artist John Anthony Miller and archival ink and special paper were used. Jacket comes trimmed and enclosed in a Mylar jacket protector, ready to put on the book. There will be an attached signed label on the verso of the jacket signed and stating that this is a facsimile dust jacket.. First edition. Signed.
Phantom Bookshop
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Hemingway, ErnestThe Sun Also Rises
$25,000.00
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good. Early printing, inscribed by Hemingway to Donald R. Williams. The novel that defined the Lost Generation, Hemingway portrays the cafes of Paris, the bullfights of Pamplona, and the always fraught relationships between men and women. An iconic modernist work, it received mixed reviews upon its release (and horrible reviews from Hemingway's mother), though it has endured with aplomb - and never gone out of print....
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