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By Ernest Hemingway

At the final day of his lifestyles Colonel Richard Cantwell sits in a duck blind in Trieste, reflecting on his lifestyles as a soldier and reminiscing approximately his tryst with a tender Venetian girl named Renata. around the River and into the bushes is the relocating account of 1 man's recommendations as he nears the top of his lifestyles, brooding about a love that's more suitable than cause and the wonderful thing about Venice.

Originally serialized in Cosmopolitan journal from February to June 1950, around the River and into the timber takes its identify from the final phrases uttered via accomplice basic Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. Panned via critics on its booklet, it's now famous as a big a part of the Hemingway canon for its depiction of ways guy bargains with dying.

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