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A Moveable Feast Summary
Ernest Hemingway

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A Moveable Feast Summary

Plot Summary

A Moveable Feast is a memoir by Ernest Hemingway describing the years he spent in Paris following World War I with his wife, Hadley, and young son, Bumby. This is a time when many artist and authors are living in Paris, and Hemingway writes about his encounters and friendships with Ezra Pound, Ford Madox Ford, Gertrude Stein and F. Scott Fitzgerald. A large portion of the book is taken to describe Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda in particular. Hemingway closes the period of time he writes about at the time he begins an affair with a young woman, who he associates with the wave of "rich" people who discover Paris changing it for him forever.

Hemingway opens the book with a discussion of the bad weather, and the cafes of Paris where people go to escape the cold, and where he goes to write. He is working as...

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