Tag Archives: Ernest Hemingway

Secret Regrets

Hemingway in Love: His Own Story by A.E. Hotchner is a revealing story told by one of Hemingway’s close friends. According to the author, out of respect for Hemingway’s last wife Mary and others who were still living, he delayed … Continue reading

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The Way We Were

If you have never read A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, I strongly recommend you take the time to do so. Written many years afterward, this is a collection of short stories; recollections of Hemingway’s days in 1920’s Paris. Like … Continue reading

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Oh Ernest!

The Paris Wife by Paula McLain is a fictional novel based on the life of Ernest and Hadley Hemingway (copyright 2011).  The book is beautifully written and one can’t help but feel heartbroken for Hadley.  I think the author did … Continue reading

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