Hanneman does not record the glassine wrapper and no other copy appears to have been offered at auction with one present. The current example indicates that the glassine has been present for a considerable period of time.
"In the dry little vignettes of in our time [Hemingway] almost invented a form of his own... and below its cool objective manner really constitutes a harrowing record of barbarities: you have not only political executions, but criminal hangings, bullfights, assassinations by the police, and all the cruel and enormities of the war... I am inclined to think that this little book has more artistic dignity than any other book that has been written by an American about the period of the war..." (Edmund Wilson, review in The Dial, October 1924).
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