A Moveable Feast | Study Guide

Ernest Hemingway

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Introduction The Introduction is written by the book's editor and Ernest Hemingway's grandson Seán Hemingway. As a child, Seán notice... Read More
A Good Café on the Place St.-Michel Ernest Hemingway and his wife, Hadley Richardson, have recently moved to Paris. Their apartment is at 74 rue Cardinal Le... Read More
Miss Stein Instructs After some time away from the city, the Hemingways return to a wintry Paris. Ernest Hemingway enjoys walking in the snow... Read More
Shakespeare and Company Without much money to buy books, Ernest Hemingway borrows them from Shakespeare and Company, a library and bookstore own... Read More
People of the Seine There are many routes from the Hemingways' apartment to the river. In the bookstalls along the Seine, Ernest Hemingway s... Read More
A False Spring Spring's only problem in Paris is "where to be happiest." Problems come from people, "the limiters of happiness except f... Read More
The End of an Avocation Ernest Hemingway and Hadley Richardson call their hobby "racing," but really they're gambling on horses. Racing feels li... Read More
Une Génération Perdue Ernest Hemingway makes a habit of stopping at Gertrude Stein's apartment for food and conversation. Stein loves hearing ... Read More
Hunger Was Good Discipline Ernest Hemingway says it's easy to get hungry in Paris when you don't eat enough. Smells come from every bakery window. ... Read More
Ford Madox Ford and the Devil's Disciple Ernest Hemingway and Hadley Richardson have recently moved into another apartment at 113 rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs. They... Read More
With Pascin at the Dôme After a long day of work, Ernest Hemingway walks through Paris to the Nègre de Toulouse restaurant, where the proprietor... Read More
Ezra Pound and the Measuring Worm Ernest Hemingway considered his friend Ezra Pound, a writer, to be good and generous. He and his wife, Dorothy, live in ... Read More
A Strange Enough Ending Ernest Hemingway discusses the strange ending of his friendship with Gertrude Stein. He finds it difficult for a man to ... Read More
The Man Who Was Marked for Death Hemingway meets the poet Ernest Walsh in Ezra Pound's studio. He describes Walsh as "dark, intense ... poetic, and clear... Read More
Evan Shipman at the Lilas Ernest Hemingway is reading his way through Sylvia Beach's library. He particularly admires Russian writers Anton Chekho... Read More
An Agent of Evil Before Ezra Pound leaves Paris, he gives Ernest Hemingway a bottle of opium, telling him to give it to poet Ralph Cheeve... Read More
Winters in Schruns In October 1923 Ernest Hemingway and Hadley Richardson's son Jack is born. After Jack's birth, Hemingway and Hadley begi... Read More
Scott Fitzgerald Ernest Hemingway admires F. Scott Fitzgerald's natural writing talent. Hemingway met Fitzgerald "just after a good time ... Read More
Hawks Do Not Share Ernest Hemingway and Hadley Richardson are invited to lunch with F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald and their young daughter.... Read More
A Matter of Measurements After Zelda Fitzgerald's first nervous breakdown, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway have lunch in Paris. Fitzgera... Read More
Additional Paris Sketches Hemingway is writing in a café when "a tall fat young man with spectacles" interrupts him and engages him in discussio... Read More
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