Ernest Hemingway - A moveable feast

After reading much of his fiction I felt it was time for this little autobiographical book. A moveable feast is a collection of short sketches, each one telling about one aspect or one person in Hemingway's Paris memories. Well-written and entertaining, especially the bits about fellow writers like Pound, Joyce and Fitzgerald. After this I'll probably reread one of his novels. The sun also rises would be good.

18 August 2008

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