A milestone in Hemingway's career, this second collection of short stories brings to life details observed only by the eye of a uniquely gifted artist.
Paris in the twenties: Pernod, parties and expatriate Americans, loose-living on money from home.
'The best book Hemingway has written' New York Times
'The best story Hemingway has written - No page of this beautiful master-work could have been done better or differently' Sunday Times.
The Fifth Column is Hemingway’s only full length play and is based on his personal experiences in Civil War Madrid.
Ernest Hemingway's last novel written before his death and his most autobiographical novel.
An extraordinary collection of pugnacious, charming, and revealing interviews with the Nobel Prize-winning author who defined and transformed American literature.
A unique and captivating collection of Hemingway's writings on war, including extracts from his unparalleled war novels, some classic short stories, an extract from his only full-length play and a range of his war journalism
A selection of Hemingway’s best prose written for newspapers and magazines between 1920 and 1956.
A special edition of Hemingway's powerful autobiographical war classic, including the author's 1948 introduction, his early drafts, and all of the 47 alternative endings
'An excellent story-teller, intense and skilful in planning and bringing off his effects' Daily Telegraph
Written when Hemingway returned from his 1953 safari, and edited by his son Patrick, True at First Light is a rich blend of autobiography and fiction, a breathtaking final work from one of this century's most beloved and important writers.
A collection of Hemingway's first forty-nine short stories, featuring a brief introduction by the author and lesser known as well as familiar tales, including Up in Michigan
Re-issued with a fantastic new look to match the Hemingway titles already repackaged in Arrow
A stunning collection of stories from the Nobel prize-winning author
Hemingway's classic portrait of the pageantry of bullfighting
A powerful, poignant story of the inability to capture lost youth, by the Nobel Prize-winning author of A Farewell to Arms.
'In a class by itself-the country, at all hours shines bright and clear in these pages' Daily Telegraph
Spare, powerful, tough: these early Hemingway stories are in part autobiographical and wonderfully persuasive in their realism.
Hemingway's adventure novel set on the verge of the tropics.
'A most beautiful, moving and human book' Vita Sackville-West
'Hemingway's style is a superb vehicle for revealing tenderness of feeling beneath descriptions of brutality' Guardian