The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway contain First Forty-Nine Stories and a number of other works such as The Snows of Kilimanjaro.
This is a review from goodreads.com:
"I'm a huge fan of all of Hemingway's works, but this one takes the top. The stories in here are so moving, so real, vividly portraying all kinds of manifestations of human nature. Could talk about these works forever. Each story has so much meaning packed as densely as possible into every bit of text. Any one could easily be analyzed for an entire semester in a college literature class. I'd love to suggest one, but to I wouldn't want to take away from any of the others; each story has something new to tell.
These works are an extensive philosophy and commentary on human nature. They are sobering, brutal, tragic, poignant and beautiful. You will learn more about yourself from reading these. As an even greater value, these works are a series of windows into Hemingway's mind and soul. You can here him in every character's dialog, feel his thrall with every irony.
I highly suggest this compilation for anyone, but especially for someone trying to better understand Hemingway, his contemporaries, or 20th century western culture." (Brenton)