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    Hemingway, Ernest; Gurrea, Manuel (Spanish Translation)

    Publicado por Editora Mexico, S. A., Calle Nilo, Mexico, 1956

    Librería: The BiblioFile, Rapid River, MI, Estados Unidos de America

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    Hardcover. Condición: Good. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Good. First Edition Thus. Rare Mexican edition published November 30, 1956. Spanish translation by Manuel Gurrea. Signed and inscribed at title page: "To Eduardo, best wishes, Ernest Hemingway." Ink has spread in paper pulp, but appears attractive in high resolution image and similar to known exemplars. Blue pebbled boards, stamped silver cover and spine titles somewhat offset, some edge wear, bump. Pages very good, tanning; no writing. Bind good; hinges intact. Rare original dust wrapper, some edge wear, rub; protected in new clear sleeve. Enchanting and colorful wrap-around jacket painting depicts gondola guided by helmsman through tunnel of bridge, silhouetted Venice, and orange sunset in background. Summary in Spanish at front flap. Good complete example of this rare printing in Spanish. Ernest Hemingway's first novel in a decade - since For Whom the Bell Tolls - holds the essential emotion of that phenomenally successful book. In 'Across the River and into the Trees' there is a concept of the same intensity. Like the story of the Spanish civil war, which was centered upon a microcosm of action - the tense last days of an American in the midst of a group of guerrilla fighters, this story limits its scope to a very short span in the life of an American. This story builds its bridge not of days, but of hours, and it is even more charged with feeling. For many readers it will evoke a memorable earlier novel, A Farewell to Arms, because the background again is Italy, and again it is war. This newer war, however, is already in the past. The fighting is over; the reader hears only its echoes. Venice is the scene. Colonel Richard Cantwell of the United States Army is the principal figure, and perhaps the most complex character Hemingway ever presented. Hemingway said of his novel, ". start slow, then increase in pace till it becomes impossible to stand. I bring emotion up to where you can't stand it, then we level off, so we won't have to provide oxygen tents for the readers." - The New Yorker, 1950. 3/4" x 7 3/4" design. 322 pages. Insured post. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book.