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[The complete works Collectors Edition]. A farewell to arms. Illustrated by Richard Sparks; Across the river and into the trees. Illustrated by Alan Phillips; Death in the afternoon. . . Illustrated by Richard Powers; For whom the bell tolls. . . lithographs by Lynd Ward; Men without women; The old man and the sea. Illustrations by C.F. Tunnicliffe and Raymond Sheppard; Green hills of Africa. Decorations by Edward Shenton. . . ; The snows of Kilimanjaro. Illustrated by Richard Powers; A moveable feast. Introduction by George Plimpton; Islands in the stream. Illustrated by Richard Powers. . . ; The dangerous summer. . . ; The sun also rises. . . Illustrated by Richard Powers; True at first light. Illustrated by Richard Sparks; To have and have not. Illustrations by Richards Sparks; By-line: Ernest Hemingway. . . Illustrated by Alan Phillips; The garden of Eden. . . illustrations by Alan Phillips; In our time. . . Illustrated by Alan Phillips; The torrents of Spring; The Fifth Column. .

HEMINGWAY, Ernest. Twenty vols. Tall 8vo. [Approx. 4600 pp (all vols. separately paginated).] Most with colour frontisp., or frontisp., many titles in red & black, or green & black, colour plates, black & white plates, illustrations. Uniformly bound in full brown calf, raised bands on spines, gilt decorated borders, gilt illustrations front covers, silk moire endpapers, all w/ silk bookmarks present, a.e.g., a NF set, from the library of Robert A. Taylor, w/ bookplates on front pastedowns. Complete Easton Press Edition set of Hemingway's works, including the posthumously released "True at First Light," set against the backdrop of his 1953-54 East African safari with his wife Mary, and the Mau Mau rebellion in Kenya. Of particular interest are the several volumes within the set featuring the powerful artwork of famed science fiction cover artist, Richard M. Powers (d. 1996), who launched his career with successful cover art illustrations of Doubleday's science fiction, and whose illustrations substantially enhance many of the titles here.
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