A Moveable Feast
'If You Are Lucky Enough To Have Lived In Paris As A Young Man, Then Wherever You Go For The Rest Of Your Life, It Stays With You, For Paris Is A Moveable Feast.'Hemingway'S Memories Of His Life As An Unknown Writer Living In Paris In The 1920S Are Deeply Personal, Warmly Affectionate And Full Of Wit. Looking Back Not Only At His Own Much Younger Self, But Also At The Other Writers Who Shared Paris With Him - Literary 'Stars' Like James Joyce, Wyndham Lewis, Scott And Zelda Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound And Gertrude Stein - He Recalls The Time When, Poor, Happy And Writing In Cafes, He Discovered His Vocation.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ericlee - LibraryThing
Hemingway wrote this short collection of vignettes during the very last years of his life. And because of that, they are the mature reflections of a great writer looking back at the beginning of his ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lynelle.clark.5 - LibraryThing
It was recommended to me by an online writer’s masterclass I attended in January 2020. I need to add that I have never read any of Mr Hemingway’s books though I know him through the many quotes that ... Read full review