A Moveable Feast - With Pascin at the Dome Summary & Analysis

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With Pascin at the Dome Summary and Analysis

After a good day working, Hemingway leaves his apartment and goes to a restaurant to eat, then walks around to the "principal cafes" where many of his fellow authors and artists congregate. He is congratulating himself for having worked hard all day even though he had wanted to go to the racetrack. He is still very conscious of his financial situation and occasionally skips a meal. Still, it is very cheap to live in Paris at this time, he writes.

He first walks toward the cafe called the Select, where he sees someone he knows will want to talk about horses with him. He leaves before he is noticed, thinking that he has forsworn horses for the time being. He passes another cafe called the Rotonde before heading for one called Le Dome...

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