A Moveable Feast - Hawks Do Not Share Summary & Analysis

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Hawks Do Not Share Summary and Analysis

Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda invite Hemingway and his wife to their apartment for lunch. Fitzgerald shows them a large ledger with the accounts of all the money he has made from his writing.

Zelda has a hangover. She and Fitzgerald had been to a party the night before and fought because Fitzgerald did not want to drink. He is trying to stay away from alcohol so he can work, he has told Hemingway, and Zelda is treating him as if he is a "spoilsport," Hemingway writes.

Hemingway's portrait of Zelda is unflattering. Her hair is discolored, her eyes tired. She seems to be only half present as Hemingway describes her, with her mind straying to the party the night before when her eyes light up and she laughs. She smiles when she sees Fitzgerald...

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