The Paris Wife: A Novel By Paula McLain(A)/Carrington MacDuffie(N) [Audiobook] Audio CD – 2011
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The Paris years undoubtedly represent the best of Hemingway. This is where he created his early Nick Adams short stories, his prose miniatures and The Sun Also Rises, the novel that, along with The Great Gatsby and Tender Is The Night, best captures the personalities and the mindset of those caught up in the fertile changing times of the post-war period. More than just being a creatively productive period for Hemingway, one where he refined and perfected a pure declarative writing style that would almost descend into self-parody in later years, the time of his marriage to Hadley, being poor, starving and struggling to make a living as a writer in Paris, were later looked upon by Hemingway (whose life has also developed into a kind of self-parody), perhaps somewhat idealistically as being a time of purity and innocence that could never be recreated.Read more ›
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This was our book club choice for summer and was not sure if I would like it but it is a really lovely book and all 8 of us agreed !! Read morePublished 4 months ago by WillerbyMum
Read it. Excellent from page 1 loved it. Instantly went and downloaded her next book about Beryl Markham - equally enjoyable. I love the way Paula McLain writes.Published 4 months ago by A. Scott
In his memorable book, 'A Movable Feast' Hemingway has given us his version of this particular episode in his life and Paula McLain has written what is in effect Hadley's version,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gerard P.
not what I expected from the reviews but I ended up not liking the portrayal of HemingwayPublished 5 months ago by Val
A real page turner, the story flows with ease and is beautifully descriptive of Paris. Couldn't put it downPublished 6 months ago by Sharon