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American Lit: Ernest Hemingway [1899-1961]
$8.95
(Win95/98/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (Paper Sleeves) (ALHEMINGDJ)

Zane Publishing

Reference/Literature

Ages: 10 to adult

American Literature. The Time, Life, & Works of Ernest Hemingway reveals the creative genius of Hemingway the author and the philosophy of Hemingway the man. It traces his literary career through his writings during the aftermath of World War I, of the American expatriates in Paris, and of his experiences in World War II. Themes of love, fear, death, courage, defeat, war, and tragedy, and his unique narrative style are explored. His life is chronicled, from his birth in Oak Park, Illinois, in 1899 to his receipt of the Nobel Prize for literature in 1954, to his tragic suicide in 1961.

Requirements:

Windows - 486DX/25 with Windows 95 or higher, 8 MB RAM, CD-ROM Drive, SVGA 640x480 256 colors, mouse and sound card recommended.

Macintosh - 33MHz 68030+ Macintosh, System 7+, 8 MB RAM (6MB free RAM required), CD-ROM drive (double speed or greater recommended), 640x480 color monitor (256 colors recommended), mouse and sound card reommended.



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