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In Hemingway's Own Hand
| Take a look at two consecutive handwritten manuscript pages from Chapter 2, “Miss Stein Instructs.” |
(Ernest Hemingway Collection, Manuscripts, A Moveable Feast, Item 131, pp. 3-4, at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston, MA.)
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Anyone who has an interest in the writers of this period should read this book.
I enjoyed the photographs that were included in this edition as well as the examples of Hemingway's revisions that completed the book.
Surrounded by such greats as Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Hemingway shone as a young writer moving up.
I decided to read Hemingway this summer. When I was young I couldn't get through it. I read the "The Paris Wife" first and that gave me more of an understanding of his... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Karen Amon
This book about a young Hemingway in Paris , is an excellent display of his craft and early life. It exposes his emotions during that time in his life and career and gives the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by John P. Stratis
It was an interesting book about the way Hemmingway lived his young adult years. There was a little too much foreign language interspersed in the story for my liking. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sylvia Gardner
I had read Paris Wife and wanted to see what he had to say about that time of his life, living in Paris. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joyce Sullivan
We read this together with The Paris Wife; it was interesting to get two different views of the same eventsPublished 9 days ago by Pastor David Knotts
Ernest Hemingway brings Paris in the 1920's to life with this autobiography. I was fascinated from the start of the novel to its end. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Joan Malcolm
You learn a lot about Hemingway and he was not a pleasant man. Glad I read it but I would not read any other books about him.Published 18 days ago by Carolyn Collins