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  • LuAnne Balfrey Patrick

    In Our Time, by Ernest Hemingway “This collection of Hemingway’s short stories and interstitial episodes represents some of the finest, most spare writing of the twentieth century, including my all-time favorite short story, ‘Hills Like White Elephants,’ which distills to perfection the writerly art of not saying. He never tells you what’s going on, but you know, exactly.”

  • Sara Crozier

    Amazon.com: In Our Time (9780684822761): Ernest Hemingway: Books

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