Islands in the Stream. A posthumously-published novel by Ernest Hemingway.  first printing with Scribner "A" code on copyright page; very good or better jacketed hardcover. Green cloth with sharp corners and very crisp gold text on spine and front board; a touch of wear to spine extremes; a bit of toning; tight/square binding. A very nice, tidy copy. Jacket is housed in archival cover; good or better with some rubbing, handling wear, and a bit of tape/repair.
A Nearly Fine first Printing of the First Edition that bears some minor shelfwear particularly to the edges of the boards, housed in a Fine dust-jacket; A novel in three parts tracing the life of Thomas Hudson: "Bimini" is the story of a young Hudson entertaining his three sons at his island retreat -- and his loneliness when they leave. "Cuba" is Hudson's clandestine war efforts, the death of his son as a pilot and his chance encounter with his first wife, the love of his life. "At Sea" is an older Hudson commanding a pursuit of German U-boat survivors, the survivors die and Hudson is wounded. Hemingway's last novel, posthumously published by Mary Hemingway. In the dedication, she states that "the book is all Ernest's. We have added nothing to it. "; 8vo; [i-x, 1-2] 3-466 [467-470] pages
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