The second volume of the Letters of Ernest Hemingway has arrived! One of the first things that I noticed as I started to read Volume 2: 1923-1925 of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway (Cambridge University Press 2013, 518 pages, $27) was the mention, in Sandra Spanier’s Editor’s Inroduction, of increasing this project from a twelve-volume edition to at least a seventeen-volume edition. Happy news for all the Hemingway fans out there. Spanier also mentioned that they have thousands of letters from Hemingway containing more than three million words. This historic volume of work, containing 242 letters, was edited once again by Sandra Spanier and Robert Trogden, with the addition of Albert Defazio III, focuses on Hemingway’s early years in Paris which personally are some of my favorite.