Paris Without End

Paris Without End

The True Story Of Hemingway's First Wife

eBook - 2011
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Hemingway's creative influences for novels like The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, and The Old Man and the Sea came not only from his famous hunting trips, his liaisons in Cuba, or his relationships with Gertrude Stein,F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce and other Lost Generation writers. During Hemingway's period of greatest literary foment, his most seminal relationship was with Hadley Richardson, his first wife. In Paris Without End, acclaimed author Gioia Diliberto, biographer of Jane Addams and Brenda Frazier, delivers a gripping, novelistic exploration of Hadley's personality and her role in Hemingway's life, finally unclouding our view of Hemingway's relationship with the one woman he never stopped loving.
Publisher: Made available through hoopla
[United States]:, Harper Collins Publishers ,, 2011
ISBN: 9780062108838
0062108832
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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wendybird Mar 21, 2012

Those who read & enjoyed Paula McLain's novel, The Paris Wife owe it to themselves to read this incredible biography of Ernest Hemingway's first wife. Author Diliberto leaves no stone unturned, covering the same time period in Hadley Hemingway'sand indeed, was the first to have access to a series of taped interviews between her subject & her good friend Alice Sokoloff.
Groaning with intimate detail, those fascinated with Hemingway, the Paris scene in the 1920's, or even the course of true but doomed love will thoroughly enjoy this solidly written book.

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