Throughout Ernest Hemingway's colourful life, he travelled widely and wrote avidly, becoming an internationally recognised literary master of his craft. In 1954 he received the Nobel Prize for Literature, following the publication of The Old Man and the Sea. In these wonderful new editions, some of Hemingway's most memorable writing has been beautifully re-issued to bring his work to a whole new audience. From his unforgettable description of war in Farewell to Arms to To Have and Have Not, his classic novels about smuggling, intrigue and love. This not-to-be-missed paperback collection also includes many of his short stories and autobiographical tales. 
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