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3:51 PM, July 10th, 2012
That is all there is to the story. Catherine died and you will die and I will die and that is all I can promise you.

This week, Scribner will publish a new edition of the 1929 novel, complete with the 47 endings Hemingway didn’t use. Among them are the so-called “Nada Ending” (above), which, I mean wow, that would have been pretty rough. 

More re-written classic novels and films

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