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It took Ernest Hemingway less than two months to write The Sun Also Rises, but eight decades later, his 1926 novel about Parisian expatriates still continues to win new readers and spark fresh conversations about its unforgettable characters. Written in the master's spare, understated style, this classic holds its vibrancy because we can all relate to its portrayals of Lost Generation Americans reluctantly coming of age. This new authoritative edition is graced by supplementary material from the John F. Kennedy Library's Hemingway Collection, including early drafts and deleted passages. Patrick Hemingway, the author's sole surviving son, provides a personal foreword. Editor's recommendation.