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Hemingway's Paris.

Expatriate Paris] Gajdusek, Robert.

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ISBN 10: 0684157993 / ISBN 13: 9780684157993
Published by Scribner's, New York, 1978
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A Fine copy in a Fine, price-clipped dust jacket. This volume brings to life the rich literary experience of Hemingway's years in Paris as an apprentice writer. Some 200 photographs and writings from the works of Hemingway, his friends, relatives and biographers reveals Hemingway's life in the cafes, nightclubs, racetracks, the Paris streets and the homes where he lived and worked. Richly illustrated. Bookseller Inventory # 25602

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Title: Hemingway's Paris.

Publisher: Scribner's, New York

Publication Date: 1978

Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition.

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Dust jacket notes: "This beautiful, evocative book brings to glowing life all the exuberance and drama of Hemingway's Paris. Some 200 photographs and writings chosen from the work of Hemingway, his friends, relatives, and biographers provide a fresh and revealing view of the life and times of America's great writer and of the city he adored. Here are the cafes and nightclubs, the racetracks and boxing rings, the streets and houses where Hemingway and his friends played, drank, and worked. Here are the writers and artists who made the twenties the century's greatest decade and Paris their creative center - the Fitzgeralds, Gertrude Stein, Pound, Joyce, Picasso, Dos Passos, Miro - all close friends of Hemingway. And other major figures appear - the young J. D. Salinger, Gide, and Dr. William Carlos Williams. Hemingway first arrived in Paris as a young reporter during World War I. He returned in 1945, a famous writer, to play an important role in the liberation of the city. In Paris he spent the years of the Lost Generation, and here he came, time and again, to taste the city's delights. Hemingway's Paris will bring immense pleasure to all those who share his love for the city and for the writers who lived there during some of its most glorious years."

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