內容簡介 Three Stories and Ten Poems is a collection of short stories and poems by Ernest Hemingway.The three stories included are: "Up in Michigan" a story banned and not considered publishable in America until 1938 because of its blatant sexuality as it tells of how Jim Gilmore, a blacksmith, gets drunk after a deer-hunting trip and forces himself on a young woman named Liz Coates. "Out of Season" recounts the story of a young American expatriate couple in Italy who were supposed to enjoy a fishing expedition but had a rather disappointing experience after hiring a drunk for a guide and worrying about going to jail. "My Old Man," tells the story of Joe reminiscing his time with his father who was a jockey. These three stories are all that remained of Hemingway's early works after the suitcase containing the original manuscripts was stolen in the Gare de Lyon. The ten poems included are: "Mitraigliatrice""Oklahoma""Oily Weather""Roosevelt""Captives""Champs d'Honneur""Riparto d'Assalto""Montparnasse""Along With Youth""Chapter Heading" This collection features some of Ernest Hemingway's lesser-known works - even the story that's believed is his apprentice story, or juvenilia. Read now and enjoy the works of one of the English language s foremost writers of the 20th century.