A Moveable Feast - A False Spring Summary & Analysis

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A False Spring Summary and Analysis

When the spring arrives, Hemingway wakes early to work while his wife sleeps. He watches out the window as a goatherd shepherds his goats down the street, stopping to sell fresh milk. He goes out to buy a racing paper and returns to his apartment, pausing to read the paper before returning to work.

He decides he will go to the racetrack with his wife after he finishes working. He has received some money from the newspaper he writes for and looks for a long shot. He writes about a time Hadley, his wife, had bet six months' savings on a horse at 120-to-1 odds. The horse was far ahead in the race, but fell at the last jump. They both try to keep that out of their minds.

Hadley asks if they can afford to go...

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