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Published in 1927, Ernest Hemingway's second collection of short stories, Men Without Women, explores themes of alienation, loss, and grief. Hemingway examines men who are estranged from the women in their lives as they navigate situations involving bullfighting, prizefighting, infidelity, divorce, and death. The collection contains fourteen stories, including the critically acclaimed "Hills Like White Elephants," "In Another Country," and "The Killers."...
"Ideal for students and non-specialist general readers with an interest in the literary works of an iconic American author. Very highly recommended." ― The Midwest Book Review Although better known today for his novels, in the 1920s F. Scott Fitzgerald ranked among the top writers of magazine fiction. Fitzgerald represented the dreams and aspirations of the post-World War I generation in his life as well as his works. With his glamorous wife, Zelda,...
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