A Moveable Feast Topics for Discussion

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What does Hemingway have to say about the craft of writing? How is it evident in the book itself?

Discuss how Hemingway's relationship with F. Scott Fitzgerald develops and changes over the course of the book.

Compare how Hemingway portrays Alice Toklas, Zelda Fitzgerald and his own wife, Hadley.

What does friendship mean to Hemingway, and how does he seem to define it?

How does Hemingway compare the acts of sex and writing? Is writing a "masculine" art?

Discuss how Hemingway portrays his relative poverty while living in Paris. Is he as poor as he describes?

What, if anything, does Hemingway have to say about his younger self? What is implied about his viewpoint as an older man?

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