Terribly injured in World War I, Jake Barnes finds solace in the shell-shocked immorality of the so-called "lost generation" in this, Hemingway's acclaimed first novel. This study aid includes dramatic readings, a detailed narrative guide to the novel, critical analysis, and an introduction to the Europe of Hemingway's day.
Ernest Hemingway's first critically acclaimed novel follows Jake Barnes, terribly injured in World War I, as he discovers the solace and shell-shocked immorality of the "lost generation" in post-war Paris.
Volume 6 contains the following 21 stories: "Perchance to Dream" by Richard Stockham, "Father Image" by Robert Silverburg, "Tree, Spare That Woodman" by Dave Dryfoos, "Disaster Revisited" by Darius John Granger, "Subversive" by Mack Reynolds, "The Stutterer" by R. R. Merliss, "Infinite Intruder" by Alan E. Nourse, "A Bottle of Old Wine" by Richard O. Lewis, "B12's Moon Glow" by Charles A. Sterns, "A Logic Named Joe" by Murray Leinster, and many more.
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The sensationalism and hysteria of the rescue attempt in early 1925 of caver Floyd Collins generated America's first true media spectacle and one of the seminal events of the century.
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Criminals quaked at the name The Secret 6. And for four glorious issues, this team of six crimefighters took on some of the weirdest and most fantastic antogonists that ever reared their heads in the pulp magazines. It was where weird menace met six normal men with no strange gadgets or outlandish skills. But after four issues, the over-the-top action came to an end and Popular Publications pulled the plug on the series. These vintage pulp tales are now reissued for today's listeners as audiobooks.
Trying to decide which audiobook is best for you? Let Fred Frees pick out some samples for you! This series of hour-long programs presents the first chapters of Fred's handpicked favorite BearManor and Waterlogg audiobooks.