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‘We’d Like You to Play Hemingway’

May 27, 2011
‘We’d Like You to Play Hemingway’

Actor Corey Stoll says he prepared for the role of Ernest Hemingway in the new Woody Allen film Midnight in Paris by taking his own magical trip into the past. He fired up A Farewell to Arms on his iPod, he told the Washington Post’s Express Night Out, and started walking.
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‘Midnight in Paris’ a Flashback to Hemingway’s Age

May 27, 2011
‘Midnight in Paris’ a Flashback to Hemingway’s Age

Woody Allen’s latest film Midnight in Paris mopped up gushing reviews from Cannes, opening up Hemingway’s Paris to a new audience of moviegoers. (See the trailer here.) I’d warn about spoilers, but the Hemingway cat has been out of the bag since the reviews started to roll out. Owen Wilson stars as a struggling...
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McClain lets Hadley ‘Step into the Light’

March 1, 2011
McClain lets Hadley ‘Step into the Light’

“The very first thing he does is fix me with those wonderfully brown eyes and say, ‘It’s possible I’m too drunk to judge, but you might have something there.’” So reads a passage from The Paris Wife, the novel by Paula McClain published by Ballantine, which was won rave reviews for its fictionalized account...
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The Paris Wife

February 13, 2011
The Paris Wife

A new novel offers a glimpse of Hadley Richardson, Hemingway’s first wife, and a woman it seems he never quite got over. Paula McLain brings us The Paris Wife, a love story of the young Hemingways, a Midwestern couple exploring the salons and cafes of Paris in the Twenties. From the publisher Random House:...
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Pay a Visit to ‘The Farm’

November 19, 2010
Pay a Visit to ‘The Farm’

Hemingway loved Spain, and he loved this painting by Spanish surrealist Joan Miró, his friend and boxing partner. “The Farm” symbolized rustic Spain for Hemingway, and it’s easy to see why. Miró, Hemingway said, was the only painter able to combine all you felt about Spain when you were there and all you felt...
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Lessons from Bar Hemingway

October 31, 2010
Lessons from Bar Hemingway

“What better way to spend a Saturday afternoon in Paris than by learning the secret of the perfect cocktail from one of the world’s greatest barmen?” asks John Brunton, in the Financial Times. Off the top of my head, I can’t come up with a good answer. Brunton spends the day with Colin Peter...
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