The Paris Wife
This is a wonderful love story about Hemingway's Parisian years. Ernest and Hadley romp through the Left Bank drinking absinthe, eating escargots and running into Scott and Zelda. Love conquers all, except ambition.
The Paris Wife is a fascinating read for anyone who's every taken an interest in Ernest Hemingway. While it is a fictional account of his life in Paris with first wife Hadley Richardson, Paula McLain did copious amount of research which give the narrative the feel of a historical memoir at points. This book does a great job of making the reader feel immersed in Jazz-age Paris--an exciting time and place in history. Perhaps the most interesting aspect is that we see everything through the eyes of a woman who is both an insider and an outsider in this rich world of still-remembered artists, authors, and poets.
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