|Author/Contributor(s):||Hemingway, Ernest ; Kennedy, J Gerald
|Publisher:||W. W. Norton & Company
This Norton Critical Edition includes:
Hemingway's first major work (1925) along with two episodes that he discarded from In Our Time, "Three Shots" and "On Writing."
J. Gerald Kennedy's insightful introduction, note on the text, and detailed explanatory footnotes.
A rich selection of contextual materials essential for fully appreciating this remarkable short-story collection, including generous samples of Hemingway's related journalism and correspondence and eight major early reviews.
Twenty-two critical essays, helpfully organized by complete collection, comparison of In Our Time to in our time (its precursor), and individual stories.
A chronology and a selected bibliography.
About the Series
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"J. Gerald Kennedy brings together a long overdue authoritative text of In Our Time with crucial early reviews, the most useful current criticism, and materials from Hemingway's manuscripts, journalism, and correspondence that are essential for appreciating this masterpiece." --Carl Eby, Appalachian State University