1 page, 4to, slightly wrinkled, with the original envelope addressed by Hemingway (defective). Hemingway thanks Hume for his praise about (undoubtedly) A Farewell to Arms (which was published on 27 September): "Thank you so damned much for the letter. I can't tell you how fine it made me feel nor how happy that you liked the book. You were damned fine to write and I only wish you'd put some address on so I would know this would reach you..." Not in Letters, ed. C. Baker, and presumably unpublished. " /> HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. Autograph letter signed ("Ernest Hemingway") to Cyril Hume, Paris, 19 October 1929. <I>1 page, 4to, slightly wrinkled, with the original envelope addressed by Hemingway (defective)</I>. Hemingway thanks Hume for his praise about (undoubtedly) <I>A Farewell to Arms</I> (which was published on 27 September): "Thank you so damned much for the letter. I can't tell you how fine it made me feel nor how happy that you liked the book. You were damned fine to write and I only wish you'd put some address on so I would know this would reach you..." Not in <I>Letters</I>, ed. C. Baker, and presumably unpublished. | Christie's