Hvem ringer klokkerne for (For Whom the Bell Tolls) Audiobook (Unabridged)

Hvem ringer klokkerne for (For Whom the Bell Tolls) (Unabridged), by Ernest Hemingway
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Hvem ringer klokkerne for hører til Hemingways mest berømte og læste romaner. Den foregår over 3-4 døgn under den spanske borgerkrig, hvor en amerikansk spængningsekspert i samarbejde med en lokal partisangruppe har til opgave at sprænge en bro i luften. Sideløbende med den realistiske og nøgterne skildring af krigens gru og meningsløshed er indflettet en intens, følelsesfuld kærlighedshistorie. Romanen udtrykker det gennemgående tema i Hemingways forfatterskab: Der eksisterer ingen højere mening, man kan kun forsøge at udnytte sine evner bedst muligt og leve intenst i nuet, og den største, den sandeste og mest værdifulde oplevelse er kærligheden.

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Author Ernest HemingwayErnest Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois and died on July 02, 1961. Ernest Hemingway is one of our most featured and respected Classics, Bios & Memoirs and Erotica & Sexuality authors available on our website. With a total of 31 audiobooks in our collection, such as Der er ingen ende pa Paris (There Is No End in Paris), The Old Man and the Sea and The Short Stories, Volume I, you can listen to over 196 hours of stories from Hemingway. The Short Stories, Volume I was added to our online catalog in 2002, making it the oldest title we carry from Hemingway. The book, Der er ingen ende pa Paris (There Is No End in Paris), is the latest of their works to be added to our collection. Though all of Hemingway's Classics titles can be enjoyed by our customers, The Old Man and the Sea is the most popular and bestselling on our site. To view the entire collection of 31 audiobooks, please visit their author page today: Ernest Hemingway.