A Moveable Feast - Study Guide Miss Stein Instructs Summary & Analysis

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Hemingway and his wife return from the mountains to find Paris clear and cold. After hiking through the mountains, the moderate hills of Paris do not seem so steep to Hemingway as he walks around the city. His rented work room is warm and pleasant. He is able to work well, and feels a sense of accomplishment as he leaves the room each day. Hemingway says he always stops writing on a story when he knows what will happen next, so he'll be able to start easily the following day.

Hemingway expounds on a philosophy of writing, developed as he works in the small room. He decides to "write one story about each thing [he] knew about." (p. 12) His method is to write one true sentence and move on from there. This passage provides an interesting insight onto how Hemingway's spare...

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