A Farewell to Arms: The Hemingway Library Edition

An already stellar novel made even better with forewords by the author's family.

Ernest Hemingway is an American treasure, but the only thing you know about him is that he could probably have outdrank your Irish grandfather. There's more to Hemingway than absinthe, safaris, and a weird relationship with James Joyce. Scribner is providing you with some of the best titles the renowned author has to offer, letting you hone your literary chops with one of the country's most talented writers.

A Farewell To Arms was written when Hemingway was just 30 years old, an age when most of us are still trying to afford a one bedroom apartment. The semi-autobiographical work is a gripping account of an American ambulance driver on the Italian front and his wartime passion for an English nurse, set against the horrors of the Great War. This edition features a personal foreword by the author's son Patrick Hemingway and a new introduction by the author's grandson, Sean Hemingway, as well as Hemingway's 1948 intorduction, early drafts of the story, and all of the alternative endings.

  • By Ernest Hemingway
  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • (W) 5.5" x (H) 8.5"
  • Includes the author's 1948 introduction, early drafts, and all of the alterantive endings
  • Foreword by Patrick Hemingway
  • Introduction by Sean Hemingway
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