Ernest Hemingway Writing Styles in A Moveable Feast

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A Moveable Feast is written from the point of view of a successful writer looking back at his early career. At the time of the writing of the book, Hemingway was already well known, and he is able to rely on the reader already being familiar with the events that follow the time frame he writes about, such as his leaving his first wife and developing a successful career as a writer.

Hemingway is unapologetic about his sometimes naive behavior as he describes his younger self, but does seem to be smiling at his youthful ideals about writing, such as when he describes his technique of omitting crucial plot points in order to make the reader use his imagination and so feel the story on a deeper level. He jokes with himself that he has used the technique to the point that nobody understands his stories any more...

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