A Guide to Hemingway s Paris

Author: John Leland
Publisher: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 0945575238
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Describes Paris cafes, restaurants, bars, hotels, and landmarks portrayed by Hemingway in his fiction and nonfiction

Walks In Hemingway s Paris

Author: Noel R. Fitch
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312071134
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Suggests seven walking tours, and describes points of interest along each route related to Hemingway's life in Paris

Love In Paris Poetic Guide to the Romance of the City

Author: Lepota Cosmo
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1329884655
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A first quote book about Paris, literary and cultural pendant and great tour literature. Here for the first time do we have thoughts and impressions of intellectuals, and people, expressing their views about City of Love: Cezanne, Gertude Stein, Derrida, Elbaz, Picasso, Cocteau, Hemingway, Camus, Visconti, Flauber, Hugo, Duras, Fitzgerald, Ginsberg, Wilde, La Rochefoucauld, Twain, Gaultier. Paris seen from the eyes of lovers, strangers, Parisians, painters and poets, men and women of Fashion. Works encompass the most important books on Paris, A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, Paris France by Gertrude Stein, Zone by Guillaume Apollinaire, Outside by Marguerite Duras, Innocents Abroad by Gertrude Stein, Paris by Edward Rutherfurd, etc. It shows good literal practise of Frenchman, through phrases, proverbs, and impressions.

A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway

Author: Linda Wagner-Martin
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780195121520
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Reexamines Hemingway as America's modernist writer, and explores historical and biographical details of the writer's life, as well as the unexpected dimensions of his accomplishments and influence.

Forever Paris

Author: Christina Henry de Tessan
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452104883
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Take a stroll through Édith Piaf's Belleville, dine at Napoléon's favorite restaurant, and explore the late-night haunts of Ernest Hemingway, Josephine Baker, and Pablo Picasso. From the author of the best-selling City Walks: Paris deck, this lively collection of walking adventures follows in the footsteps of more than 25 of the city's iconic former residents. Throughout, Paris is seen from the intimate vantage point of those who loved it best, from the bars where authors penned classic works to the markets and patisseries where food lovers indulged. Including photos and full-color maps throughout, each walk in this book guides visitors and locals through the city that inspired some of the world's most famous artists, writers, chefs, musicians, politicians, and more.

Hemingway s Paris

Author: H. R. Stoneback
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781453877760
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"H.R. Stoneback knows his Hemingway and his Paris. I had the incomparable experience of visiting Paris twice while working for Ernest Hemingway in 1959. I viewed the city at the side of the writer while he added the finishing touches to A MOVEABLE FEAST. Professor Stoneback's evocation of Hemingway's Paris of the 1920s is as close as I have come since to reliving those Paris days in the company of Ernest Hemingway. Reading this book will be a treat for all who love Hemingway and Paris, and a pleasant surprise for all readers." - Valerie Hemingway, author of RUNNING WITH THE BULLS: MY YEARS WITH THE HEMINGWAYS "Professor Stoneback's lyrical prose takes the reader inside the soul of Hemingway's Paris, penetrating the surface of guide-books to reveal tantalizing secrets."- A.E. Hotchner, playwright, novelist, memoirist, Hemingway friend, and author of the classic PAPA HEMINGWAY "H.R. Stoneback's intense reading of Hemingway's Paris-revealing Hemingway's nuanced rendering of the deus loci and his intentionally subtle infusion of numinosity-is nothing short of nonpareil. Stoneback's work undoes decades of weak and negative criticism of Hemingway. Read this classic piece-a benchmark in the creative essay-and you will see exactly how and why Hemingway's Paris became Stoneback's Paris and by extension your Paris. Stoneback's HEMINGWAY'S PARIS: OUR PARIS? shows, ever so illustratively and ever so doucement, how and why we read Hemingway." - Allen Josephs, past president of the Hemingway Foundation and Society, and author of RITUAL AND SACRIFICE IN THE CORRIDA "No one has written better or more wisely about Ernest Hemingway's Paris than H.R. Stoneback." - Donald Junkins, author of JOURNEY TO THE CORRIDA and other books H.R. Stoneback's 9000-word prose-poem HEMINGWAY'S PARIS: OUR PARIS? constitutes a masterpiece of both appreciation and analysis by a scholar whose knowledge and love of Paris is as deep, profound and genuine as his knowledge and love of Hemingway.

A reader s guide to Ernest Hemingway

Author: Arthur Waldhorn
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815629504
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Hemingway scholar Arthur Waldhorn's lively, personal style and his clear-eyed view of Ernest Hemingway makes this book not just an exegesis for the scholar but for general readers as well.

Hemingway In Paris

Author: Paul Brody
Publisher: BookCaps Study Guides
ISBN: 1629173258
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In 20th century American literature, few individuals stand as tall as Ernest Hemingway. He singlehandedly defined Modernist fiction with his short, simple, declarative writing style. His years in Paris during the 1920s were his “apprenticeship,” when he made the transition from newspaper writer to bona fide fiction writer and from an unknown to a celebrity. He also rubbed elbows with some of the most important intellectuals, artists and writers of his generation. While his first marriage did not survive Paris, some of his best and most representative fiction emerged from the experience. This is the story of some of Hemingway’s most important years.

Geniuses Together

Author: Humphrey Carpenter
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 0571309410
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In Humphrey Carpenter's own words, 'This is the story of the longest-ever literary party, which went on in Montparnasse, on the Left Bank, throughout the 1920s.' 'This book', to continue to quote Carpenter himself, 'is chiefly a collage of Left-Bank expatriate life as it was experienced by the Hemingway generation - "The Lost Generation", as Gertrude Stein named it in a famous remark to Hemingway.' There are brief portraits of Gertrude Stein, Natalie Clifford Barney and Sylvia Beach, who moved to Paris before the First World War and provided vital introductions for the exiles of the 1920s. The main narrative, however, concerns the years 1921 to 1928 because these saw the arrival and departure of Hemingway and most of his Paris associates. 'He is a compelling guide, catching the kind of idiosyncratic detail or incident that holds the readers' attention and maintains a cracking pace. Anyone wanting an introduction to the constellation of talent that made the Left Bank in Paris during the Twenties a second Greenwich Village would find this a useful and inspiring book.' Times Educational Supplement

Form and function of Paris representation in Hemingway s A Moveable Feast

Author: Olga Nikitina
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638878953
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Bonn, 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: A Moveable Feast deals with the years 1921 to 1926 spent by Hemingway as a young man at the beginning of his literary carrier in Paris. He started to write it in 1958 and it actually remained unfinished when he committed suicide in 1961. Taking into account the fact that at that time Hemingway had already written all his best books, that in 1953 he was awarded The Pulitzer Prize and in 1954 – the Nobel Prize for Literature, one could suppose that the book was written by a successful and confident author who looked back at his young years with a gentle smile (sort of “how it all started”) probably not without nostalgia. But if one takes a closer look at Hemingway’s biography one finds out that the Paris book was being written by the “the rapidly ageing Ernest” [Svoboda, p.159] in the midst of health problems and family pressure, probably foreseeing the end of his literary career, suffering from continuous depressions and paranoia. Add to all this repercussions of the two plane crashes which he survived and the loss of the mother, Pauline Hemingway and his close friend and editor Charles Scribner and you will be able to imagine (probably quite remotely) what Hemingway’s state of mind really was while he was writing the book in question. What could be the message of the book written under such circumstances – at the top of the literary career and facing the gap of despair? Was it an attempt to explain to himself what he had done wrong with his life, to calculate what had been lost and what had been gained during Paris years or to prove that in spite of increasing difficulties with writing he is still a great writer? Was he trying to show what had made him the kind of writer he was and (as he desperately hoped) still kept him on the top or was he simply recollecting the old happy times in order to forget the present frustration? And what is the function of the main character of the Paris book – Paris itself? In the following work we shall try to answer the last question as well as we can.