At left is a 1942 edition of "For Whom the Bell Tolls" with an introduction by Sinclair Lewis and on the right is a 1940 copy on display at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C. Tuesday Sept. 25, 2012. The University of South Carolina Libraries is now home to the most complete collection of Ernest Hemingway's published work, thanks to a newly acquired collection of more than 1,200 items of the 20th century American writer. (AP Photo/The State,Tim Dominick ) ALL LOCAL MEDIA OUT, (TV, ONLINE, PRINT)

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At left is a 1942 edition of "For Whom the Bell Tolls" with an introduction by Sinclair Lewis and on the right is a 1940 copy on display at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C. Tuesday Sept. 25, 2012.  The University of South Carolina Libraries is now home to the most complete collection of Ernest Hemingway's published work, thanks to a newly acquired collection of more than 1,200 items of the 20th century American writer. (AP Photo/The State,Tim Dominick ) ALL LOCAL MEDIA OUT, (TV, ONLINE, PRINT)
At left is a 1942 edition of "For Whom the Bell Tolls" with an introduction by Sinclair Lewis and on the right is a 1940 copy on display at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C. Tuesday Sept. 25, 2012. The University of South Carolina Libraries is now home to the most complete collection of Ernest Hemingway's published work, thanks to a newly acquired collection of more than 1,200 items of the 20th century American writer. (AP Photo/The State,Tim Dominick ) ALL LOCAL MEDIA OUT, (TV, ONLINE, PRINT)
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