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by Ernest Miller Hemingway

Hemingways' posthumously published memoir of living in Paris in the 1920's.

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Hemmingway As His Own Fable
"There is a widespread curiosity about the manuscripts known to include prose and poetry about the Second World War which Ernest Hemingway did not release for publication before his death. The first of the posthumous volumes, A Moveable Feast, the Book-of-the-Month Club selection for May, is the subject of this lively evaluation by Alfred Kazin, and it is hoped that there will be others to come. All of the Hemingway papers and manuscripts will eventually be placed in the care of the Kennedy Memorial Library."
Contains: Review
Author: Alfred Kazin
From: Atlantic Monthly June 1964
Author: Alfred Kazin
From: Atlantic Monthly June 1964

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