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Men Without Women by Ernest Hemingway
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Dec 16, 2007

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Men without Women, a collection of Hemingway's early short stories, is hit and miss. In some you find traces of his future voice, while others are typical of the banal stories you find in any college Creative Writing class. Hemingway does best when writing about men in decline. "The Undefeated", "Fifty Grand", and "The Killers" are worth reading.
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