So would you recommend The Paris Wife? I've recently been reading A Moveable Feast, and it's made me interested in reading The Paris Wife. I'd love to hear what you think of the book!
I am a little torn on whether or not I would recommend it. The writing is incredible. And it's so interesting to read about Ernest Hemingway as a writer before he was really famous. BUT, the ending is depressing. There are also a few very short but slightly inappropriate moments. I would recommend it with those two warnings. :) I saw Midnight in Paris a few months ago and now I'm totally into that period with Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein and the Fitzgeralds. I really want to read about Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald next. I've heard their story is so entertaining.
Love the quote-- I think it should be your motto for life. With how talented you are you could definitely do it. Also, cool photo, you got skills all around :)
That's what I was going to ask you - if you liked the book. I've read the sample on my kindle, but am torn over whether I should order it up or not. Thanks for the insight.
that is amazing.
I love the quote, and this picture is AMAZING. I kept reading the rest of that conversation on that page because it was so intriguing. Great context. "I thought poets were quiet and shrinking and afraid of sunlight." Hilarious!
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