The Flavor of Paris: Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast

By Ali Pinero

Ernest Hemingway will forever be remembered as one of the most prominent writers of his time, and his legacy has continued to serve as inspiration to aspiring writers today. In my favorite of Hemingway’s works, A Moveable Feast, he recounts life’s tribulations and good fortunes, captivating the exuberance of Paris and all that it offered in the 1920s. His experiences with other luminaries of the time, such as James Joyce and Ezra Pound, give his memoirs a feeling of familiarity, as if the reader is being offered a glimpse behind the curtain. From an eventful trip to Lyon with ...

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