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Why I’m Stalking Hemingway

November 11, 2009
Why I’m Stalking Hemingway

Why am I in Idaho stalking the ghost of Ernest Hemingway? I’m asking myself the same question. I don’t hunt. I don’t fish. I don’t even bullfight. We’re hardly kindred souls, manly man Hemingway and scrawny man me. I’ve found myself drawn to him, though, through place.
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A Moveable Piste, Part Deux

October 8, 2009
A Moveable Piste, Part Deux

Hemingway remembers it as the year of avalanches. Down and out Paris, with young Bumby in tow, he and Hadley fled the city for Schruns, in Austria's Vorarlberg. They lived in a $2 a day pension, playing poker by night, skiing by day. It was here where Hemingway crafted The Sun Also Rises. The suspicious...
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Paris sketches

September 29, 2009
Paris sketches

Hemingway's Paris is not the Paris we know now. His Left Bank haunts are tres chic now, thanks in part to him and those of us who followed seeking out the cafe culture. The Paris he describes was anything but chic. Hemingway was then a sometimes penniless author, living off loans from Sylvia Beach,...
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‘Nothing was simple’

September 28, 2009
‘Nothing was simple’

I put down A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition and am left a sense of regret by Hemingway that I don't remember from the previous version. Is it how I remember it, or is it the changes Sean Hemingway made?
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Last words

September 23, 2009
Last words

These words may be the greatest clue into why Hemingway killed himself three months later.
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Papa’s Passport

September 22, 2009
Papa’s Passport

Can you judge a book by it’s cover? I finished reading the beautiful “restored edition” of Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, edited by his grandson Sean and a touching forward by Hemingway’s son Patrick. But before I even get to the book, what struck me first about it was the cover. It is Hemingway’s...
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