ISBN: 9781442359444

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"I began to love the sound of Hemingway...The best of his stories and novels started to feel as if they were running even swifter, bluer, in their narrow channels...Freed from the page, I could close my eyes and lie on some mental living-room rug and dream my way in all over again."
-The New York Times

The Ernest Hemingway Audiobook Library

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titles in this collection include

Ernest Hemingway’s classic novels and stories are among the most beloved and influential masterpieces of American literature. THE ERNEST HEMINGWAY AUDIOBOOK LIBRARY (on MP3 CD) is a comprehensive, one-of-a-kind collection of over 130 hours of listening which brings all of Ernest Hemingway’s works–from his most renowned novels to his entire roster of short stories–together on audio for the first time ever.


In addition, this audio library includes an intimate conversation with Hemingway’s last surviving son Patrick, who talks frankly about his childhood in Key West and the life and legacy of his father, offering a unique glimpse into the life of one of America’s greatest writers.


The Sun Also Rises, read by William Hurt

A Farewell To Arms, read by John Slattery

To Have & Have Not, read by Will Patton

For Whom The Bell Tolls, read by Campbell Scott

Across The River & Into The Trees,
read by Boyd Gaines

The Old Man & The Sea, read by Donald Sutherland

Islands In The Stream, read by Bruce Greenwood

The Garden Of Eden, read by Patrick Wilson

True At First Light, read by Brian Dennehy



Death in the Afternoon, read by Boyd Gaines

Green Hills of Africa, read by Josh Lucas

A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition, read by John Bedford Lloyd

By-Line: Ernest Hemingway, read by Campbell Scott



In Our Time, read by Stacy Keach

Men Without Women, read by Stacy Keach

Winner Take Nothing, read by Stacy Keach

From The Short Stories, read by Stacy Keach

The Nick Adams Stories, read by Stacy Keach