A Moveable Feast - A Strange Enough Ending Summary & Analysis

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A Strange Enough Ending Summary and Analysis

This very short chapter outlines the events that led to the end of Hemingway's friendship with Gertrude Stein. The two have become good friends, and Stein invites him to stop at her apartment any time, making himself at home if she is not in. He does this from time to time, and the maid lets him in and gives him a drink while he waits for Stein.

One day, Stein is planning to take a trip with her companion and asks Hemingway to stop by and say goodbye before she leaves. He goes to her apartment and the maid lets him in, telling him that Stein is upstairs and will be down soon. As he sits and has a drink, he hears voices. Someone is speaking to Stein "as I had never heard one person...

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