Ernest Hemingway

In Our Time

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Borrowing its title from an old Anglican prayer, Ernest Hemingway’s In Our Time is a series of stories and vignettes that reflect on a world searching for peace after World War I.

These stories span topics from passionate affairs between soldiers and nurses to the thrills and spectacle of bullfighting. Many of the stories in the collection are presenting as counterparts to one another, playing off of similar themes with different framing techniques.
Some of the included stories are:

• Indian Camp and The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife – Two stories that introduce the reader to Hemingway’s semi-autobiographical character, Nick Adams, as a child. These vignettes show Nick’s father in two distinctive moments - assisting in emergency surgery at a Native American
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