Books 1937: TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT by Ernest Hemingway

"All Stories End. . ."

TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT—Ernest Hemingway—Scribners ($2.50)

In the eyes of the polite world, Ernest Hemingway has much to answer for. Armed with the hardest-hitting prose of the century, he has used his skill and power to smash rose-colored spectacles right & left, to knock many a genteel pretence into a sprawling grotesque. Detractors have called him a bullying bravo, have pointed out that smashing spectacles and pushing over a pushover are not brave things to do. As the "lost generation" he named* have grown greyer and more garrulous,...

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