Green Hills of Africa.

Green Hills of Africa.
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New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1935. 8vo., [viii], [1]-295 pp., numerous illustrations as headpieces, tailpieces and section dividers. Original green cloth (backstrip faded under the d/j) stamped with facsimile signature in gilt to upper board, backstrip with gilt lettering on black ground, and gilt decorations, in original dustjacket which has had the lower flap trimmed very slightly. First edition, first printing, the printed portion of the dust jacket has author, title and half the text on a green band. Illustrations by Edward Shenton. Written during Hemingway’s more experimental Key West years, a work of non-fiction, “mixing humor, flashbacks, literary pontification, and self exposure with his fable on aesthetics... ” (Reynolds, Michael, ANBO). (Item Id: 108668)

$2,500.00
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