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The Garden of Eden.
by Hemingway, Ernest.

Publisher Information:
Scribners, New York: 1986.

A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine bright unclipped dust jacket with a crease to the spine. Review copy with promotional press release laid in. This posthumously published novel tells the story of a young American writer in Paris who has just published his second novel, is on an extended honeymoon on the French coast, the woman the couple is attracted to, and the erotic games the three of them play. The theme of bisexuality is the major reason this novel was published 24 years after Hemingway's death. The true test of the worthiness of this work of fiction however is do the story, the characters and the writing hold up as a work by Hemingway? And the answer is "yes."


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0684186934
Book Id: 23515

Price: $150.00

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