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 Table of Contents - List of all of the stories
I'm going to do my best to locate each and every short story online so nobody has to spend money to participate in this discussion of Ernest Hemingway's short stories. Sometimes all I can find are audio books so hopefully you find that acceptable. Some of these short stories will take no more than 5 or 6 minutes to read or listen to.


Part I: First Forty-Nine Stories

Stories from The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories (1938)

From Three Stories and Ten Poems (1923)

In Our Time (1925 and 1930)

Men Without Women (1927)
  • The Undefeated
  • In Another Country
  • Hills Like White Elephants
  • The Killers
  • Che Ti Dice La Patria?
  • Fifty Grand
  • A Simple Enquiry
  • Ten Indians
  • A Canary for One
  • An Alpine Idyll
  • A Pursuit Race
  • Today is Friday
  • Banal Story
  • Now I Lay Me

Winner Take Nothing (1933)
  • After the Storm - Audio Book
  • A Clean, Well-Lighted Place
  • The Light of the World
  • God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
  • The Sea Change
  • A Way You'll Never Be
  • The Mother of a Queen
  • One Reader Writes
  • Homage to Switzerland
  • A Day's Wait
  • A Natural History of the Dead
  • Wine of Wyoming
  • The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio
  • Fathers and Sons

Part II: Short Stories Published in Books or Magazines Subsequent to the First Forty-Nine Stories

From To Have and Have Not
  • One Trip Across (1934)
  • The Tradesman's Return (1936)

Uncollected stories published in Hemingway's lifetime
  • The Denunciation (1938)
  • The Butterfly and the Tank (1938)
  • Night Before Battle (1939)
  • Under the Ridge (1939)
  • Nobody Ever Dies (1939)
  • The Good Lion (1951)
  • The Faithful Bull (1951)
  • Get a Seeing-Eyed Dog (1957)
  • A Man of the World (1957)

First published in The Nick Adams Stories (1972)
  • Summer People
  • The Last Good Country

From The Garden of Eden (Novel) (1986)
  • An African Story

Part III: Previously Unpublished Fiction

  • A Train Trip
  • The Porter
  • Black Ass at the Crossroads
  • Landscape with Figures
  • I Guess Everything Reminds You of Something
  • Great News from the Mainland
  • The Strange Country



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Here's a provocative statement to consider while looking at Hemingway's stories: as a writer of short fiction, he's much better than as a novelist. I find it difficult to read his novels.



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I've only read his Old Man and the Sea short novel but I can imagine what you're saying as being quite possible. Some reviews of Old Man and the Sea say he really drug it out unnecessarily and the same story could have been more effective much shorter.



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That's the one that I liked--the Old Man and the Sea. I was nuts about fishing as a kid, anyway. I was so sad when the "Old Man" returned to the dock and found that his great marlin was all chewed up by other fish. I read some of Vladimir Nabokov's comments on writers. He couldn't take Hemingway, except for the "fish story." So I felt I was in good company.



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