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Walks In Hemingway's Paris: A Guide To Paris For The Literary Traveler Paperback – March 15, 1992
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“If you can't stroll the boulevards and by-ways of Paris with Noel himself, the next best thing is this book, which will show you the Paris you need to know,” ―Michael Reynolds, author of Hemingway: The Paris Years
“Literary travelers headed for Paris will enjoy this book even if they aren't determined to follow in the footsteps of the Master.” ―Louisville Courier-Journal
About the Author
Noel Riley Fitch, author of the critically acclaimed Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation and The Literary Cafes of Paris, is a lecturer at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and teachers summers at the American University in Paris.
Top Customer Reviews
After loosely following Tour Two through the Saint Germain neighborhood, my daughter Anne and I had morning coffee and pastries at the Cafe de Flore, Anne scribbling away in her journal. When I teasingly asked the waiter how Hemingway, and later the Existentialist writers who haunted the Cafe de Flore in the 40s and 50s, managed to get any writing done on the tiny, round tables barely large enough to hold a plate, he teased me back by pushing two of the tables together so I had plenty of room to pen my immortal postcards.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting book. Will be in Paris in May and will use it a lot.Published 17 months ago by Michael Rohan
If you are going to Paris - take this book with you. It will provide you a step back into history.Published on June 26, 2014 by Scott Stephens
given it away as well....once to a young Frenchman, who was going to Paris from the the south of France. It is a fun way to see Paris, especially the left bank.Published on March 6, 2014 by Barb History Buff
This was a used item and was just as described. While worn, it came in a condition that is useful.Published on November 10, 2013 by W. Edkin
A very different approach. Pretty interesting. The maps however are hard to read . He does bring Hemingway to life.Published on March 4, 2013 by h merola