Summer Reading, Hemingway’s Moveable Feast

by Jane Ciabattari | Jul-02-2009


Ernest Hemingway’s classic posthumously published 1964 memoir “A Moveable Feast,” which inspired Americans to trek and trist in Paris and write in cafes, has been reissued with new remorseful morsels. Read first chapter here (courtesy Oprah; the book is a summer reading pick) and last chapter here (courtesy The New York Times).

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