New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. [Modern Literature] FIRST EDITION, first printing with Scribner's seal to back of the title page, and no disclaimer showing on p.10 of preliminaries. FIRST ISSUE jacket with 'Katharine Barclay' to flap. Octavo (19 x 14cm) Publisher's black cloth with gilt labels, fore-edge untrimmed, pictorial dust-wrapper priced at $2.50. A very good copy in similar wrapper with a few minor chips/nicks (one with old tape to reverse side) and an area of soiling along top edge. Shows well. An inexpensive and presentable copy of the true first. Ernest Hemingway's celebrated novel about a young lieutenant and an English nurse who fall in love during The Great War was brought to the screen by David O. Selznick's in 1957, starring Rock Hudson and Selznick's wife Jennifer Jones Selznick. The MGM epic would be his final film production. Item #55237
Hanneman [A8a]; Grissom [A8.1a].
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