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Hemingway on Hunting, Undefined Book

Hemingway on Hunting Undefined

Edited by Sean Hemingway



In 2000, Hemingway on Fishing became one of the most successful books in Lyons Press history.

Now we are proud to introduce the perfect companion volume: "Hemingway on Hunting." Edited by Ernest Hemingway's grandson Sean, and with an introduction from his son Patrick, "Hemingway on Hunting" chronicles Hemingway's zeal for the hunting life, from Africa to the American West.Hemingway found in hunting courage and skill, qualities that he would admire and incorporate into so many other aspects of his life and work.

He was able to isolate the sporting passion of hunting into writings that are now classic.

Extensive selections from Green Hills of Africa, his famous account of an African safari, "The Short Happy Life of Frances Macomber, " "The Snows of Kilimanjaro, " and other important short stories, along with selections from his journalism, make this a definitive summary of a master sportsman, hunter, and writer.


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