Hard Cover. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. First Edition. Near Fine / Dust Jacket Included.
First edition, first printing. Bound in the publisher's black cloth, gilt labels with black lettering to the front board and spine, red top stain; in the original black dust jacket, lettered in white. Book fine, with bright gold labels, a trace of rubbing to the extremities, pages bright and clean; unclipped dust jacket, with the very mild wear and a few tiny tears to the edges, upper spine very shallowly chipped, minor toning to spine. Overall, a very bright, near fine copy. Hanneman 12a. Winner Take Nothing is Hemingway's third collection of short stories, published a year after his non-fiction work Death in the Afternoon. Specifically, it includes "After the Storm," "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place," "The Light of the World," "God Rest You, Merry Gentlemen," "The Sea Change," "The Way You'll Never Be," "The Mother of a Queen," "One Reader Writes," "Homage to Switzerland," "A Day's Wait," "A Natural History of the Dead," "Wine of Wyoming," "The Gambler, The Nun, and the Radio," and "Fathers and Sons." The 1977 re-issue of Winner Take Nothing includes three additional short stories that do not appear in this first edition.