A Moveable Feast - A Matter of Measurements Summary & Analysis

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A Matter of Measurements Summary and Analysis

It is now long after Zelda has begun to have "nervous breakdowns" and Fitzgerald has returned to Paris to visit. He calls on Hemingway and invites him to lunch, telling him he has something very important to ask him and wants him to answer "absolutely truly." This worries Hemingway, as Fitzgerald has demanded this kind of honesty from him before, and has become angry with Hemingway for his frank responses.

Hemingway meets him at Michaud's and they have a pleasant lunch. Fitzgerald has some wine with lunch, he notes, but has not been drinking beforehand and the wine does not seem to affect him badly. Fitzgerald puts off the important question to the end of the meal.

Fitzgerald confides in Hemingway that he has never slept with anyone except Zelda. He tells Hemingway that she...

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