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Ernest Hemingway's the Sun Also Rises

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 563 Ratings and 563 Reviews

Book Description
A lively, in-depth discussion of THE SUN ALSO RISES. Students are taken on an exciting journey of discovery through every scene or chapter. Also included are unique text notes, ideas for term papers, notes on the author's life as well as a glossary.
Book Information
PublisherBarrons Educational Series
BindingPaperback (199 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages88
Publication Date12/01/1984
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About Michael Spring (Author, Editor) : Michael Spring is a published author and an editor. Some of the published credits of Michael Spring include Homer's the Odyssey (Barron's Book Notes), 1984 (Barron's Book Notes), Beowulf (Barron's Boo... more
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About Robert Dunn (Author) : Robert Dunn is a published author. Published credits of Robert Dunn include Ernest Hamingway's the Sun Also Rises (Barron's Book Notes).
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10/3/2015 Joshua Mark said: A book I first read when I was 20 which changes as one reads it through the years but still delivers a fascinating experience.
tags: philosophy, travel, literature, Hemingway

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2/19/2015 Meredith Amelotti said:
I am trying to integrate more classics into my reading schedule, because the classics make up the foundation that the books we love today are built upon. Yes, I know some classics are not the most exciting of things to read compared to the Divergent trilogy, but classics hold so much hidden meaning ... more

tags: I recommend, I read

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11/18/2009 Angela Hettinger

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8/15/2008 Paul S.

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4/5/2007 Little Willow tagged as: I Read

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