A Moveable Feast | Study Guide

Ernest Hemingway

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a-moveable-feast-ernest-hemingwayErnest Hemingway, Additional Paris Sketcheshere is never any end to Paris. Sources: British Library, Encyclopaedia Britannica, University of Nevada, Las VegasCopyright © 2017 Course Hero, Inc.SkiingRepresents transition, turbulence, and life transformationsArtRepresents desire, inspiration, and new perspectives Food & DrinkSymbolize pleasure and a vibrant social lifeSymbolsTalented, troubled, high-living, vulnerable writer; mentors and befriends HemingwayF. Scott FitzgeraldOpinionated, perceptive Modernist writer; runs famous salon from her Paris apartmentGertrude SteinHemingways vibrant, loving, adaptable wife; finds Paris excitingHadley RichardsonAmbitious, reflective American journalist turned fiction writer; attuned to Paris lifeErnest HemingwayMain CharactersNovelist, journalist, sports enthusiast, and ambulance driver in World War I, Hemingway led an adventurous life. He honed his signature writing style in Paris, where he joined a lofty group of American expatriate writers in the Roaring Twenties. A Moveable Feast is his tribute to Paris and his youth.ERNEST HEMINGWAY18991961AuthorWriters reject tradition in favor of radical storytelling techniques.Modernism in Literary Postwar ParisHemingway lives in a cheap apartment to afford travel and entertainment.Wealth & Poverty Hemingway observes and listens while developing his minimalist writing style.A Writers Career DevelopmentYoung Hemingway and his first wife arrive in Paris, the intellectual hot spot of the 1920s. He befriends writers and artists of the postWorld War I Lost Generation,” enjoys the citys cafe culture, and begins his writing career. Decades later he reflects on this time in A Moveable Feast.Paris Is a CelebrationTHEMESEnglishOriginal Language1964Year PublishedErnest HemingwayAuthorA Moveable FeastMemoirNonfiction

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