Simon and Schuster,
An ingenious novel that turns on the alleged discovery of Hemingway's lost writings--including five "Nick Adams" stories, which are included in the body of the novel. This intriguing journey across the border between truth and fiction is filled with unexpected complications and vivid characters, and is a must for all Hemingway fans.
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|Grouped Work ID||3fd5ff56-c2f9-67c5-c853-4f548a7b6222|
|Grouping Title||hemingway s suitcase|
|Grouping Author||harris macdonald|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-02-15 01:09:15AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-22 06:53:41AM|
|author||Harris, MacDonald, 1921-1993.|
|available_at_lakecounty||Lake County Public Library|
|detailed_location_lakecounty||Lake County Adult Fiction|
|display_description||In 1922 a suitcase containing almost everything that the young Ernest Hemingway has written up to that time was stolen in a train station in Paris. No trace of this suitcase or its contents has ever been discovered, despite the fact that the unpublished stories it contained would be immensely valuable.|
|owning_location_lakecounty||Lake County Public Library|
|subject_facet||Heming, Ernest -- 1899-1961|
|title_full||Hemingway's suitcase / by MacDonald Harris|