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Ernest Hemingway In His Time
Oak Park, Illinois (June 1917).
Senior Tabula was the class yearbook of the Oak Park - River Forest High School which Hemingway attended. In addition to writing the "Class Prophecy" for the Senior Tabula, Hemingway appears in a number of photographs.
"How Ballad Writing Affects Our Seniors" in Tabula,
carbon typescript, November 1916, 1 p.
Hemingway's effort at poetry for his high school newspaper promised not to venture into rhyme in his future as a writer.
Ernest Hemingway's Apprenticeship,
edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli.
Washington, D.C.: NCR Microcard Editions .
This collection gathers together all of Ernest Hemingway's writings published in The Trapeze and The Tabula while he was a student at Oak Park - River Forest High School.
Hokum: a Play in Three Acts,
by Morris McNeil and Ernest Hemingway.
Wellesley Hills [Mass.]: Sans Souci Press, 1978.
Though unattributed, Hemingway was almost certainly the co-author of this play. Although it was not published until Hemingway had been dead for seventeen years, Hokum represents one of his earliest known pieces of writing.
The Nick Adams Stories
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1972.
This collection brings together all of Hemingway's stories featuring his best-known early protagonist, Nick Adams. Eight of the stories are published here for the first time.
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