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Hemingway’s memoir about his time in Paris after WWI.

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Rhett Butler's People Donald McCaig / St. Martins / $27.95 / 978312262518 / 0312262515 / Fiction / Hardcover / On Sale: Oct 13, 2007 / The astonishing novel that parallels the Great American Novel GONE WITH THE WIND has been 12 years in the making. Now the most beloved and most widely-read saga is retold from the point of view of its unrivaled hero, the dashing and enigmatic Rhett Butler.

Augie's Quest Augie Nieto with T.R. Pearson / Bloomsbury / $24.95 / 9781596914681 / 1596914688 / Memoir / Trade Paper / On Sale: Nov 13, 2007 / After being diagnosed with ALS and a subsequent suicide attempt, the wildly successful distributor of the Lifecycle and paragon of fitness decides to fight back, developing a new and revolutionary model for private medical research and development.

Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Movie Tie-In Edition Jean-Dominique Bauby / Random House / Vintage / $12.95 / 9780307389251 / 0307389251 / Biography / Trade Paper / On Sale: Nov 20, 2007 / A movie tie-in of the bestselling memoir of a man who, after suffering a stroke, was unable to move anything but his left eyelid, and how he delved into his imagination to adjust to his new life. The film, directed by acclaimed director and artist Julian Schnabel, has already garnered amazing attention at Cannes 2007, including a Best Director win.