Hemingway's The Short Stories


Hemingway’s direct and deceptively simple style shapes these stories into true masterpieces. From the moving look at mortality and a life half-lived in The Snows of Kilimanjaro to the concise brutality of The Killers, these narratives trace the author’s evolving literary style while the settings and themes examine bravery, conviction, and the physical and emotional wounds life inflicts. Soft, 499p.