Ernest Hemingway

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.A Farewell to Arms192960.66
2Add to wishlist.The Sun Also Rises192658.75
3Add to wishlist.In Our Time192549.05
4Add to wishlist.The Old Man and the Sea195248.61
5Add to wishlist.For Whom the Bell Tolls194047.30
6Add to wishlist.Across the River and into the Trees195030.37
7Add to wishlist.To Have and Have Not193728.70
8Add to wishlist.The Garden of Eden198627.46
9Add to wishlist.Islands in the Stream197023.18
10Add to wishlist.Men without Women192719.84
11Add to wishlist.The Torrents of Spring192618.57
12Add to wishlist.Winner Take Nothing193314.28
13Add to wishlist.Three Stories and Ten Poems192311.48
14Add to wishlist.The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories19389.96
15Add to wishlist.The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories19619.79

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