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    Ernest Hemingway (1944 - Photo by Kurt Hutton/Getty Images)

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    • Caitlin Taylor

      Hemingway's books he "would rather read again for the first time [...] than have an assured income of a million dollars a year."

    • Bronwyn Guiton

      Ernest Hemingway's 17 books which he "would rather read again for the first time [...] than have an assured income of a million dollars a year." That list can be read after the jump.

    • Mensa Education & Research Foundation

      Have an aspiring writer? An avid reader? Invite them to join Hemingway's Book Club by reading the fave books of this iconic writer.

    • Luba Jolkinson

      In the February 1935 issue of Esquire magazine, an article by Ernest Hemingway appeared that was titled 'Remembering Shooting-Flying: A Key West Letter.' In it, Hemingway reeled off 17 books, all of which he "would rather read again for the first time [...] than have an assured income of a million dollars a year."

    • Alex Ingram

      Ernest Hemingway. Uhhh Just how much did Ernest Heming Weigh?????

    • Katie Gilbert

      Books Hemingway wished he could read again for the first time

    • Wieslaw Krzysztoszek

      Ernest Hemingway (1944 - Photo by Kurt Hutton/Getty Images)

    • Stella A

      Hemingway's Favorite Books

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