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The Paris Wife: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13 through 16 Summary

Paula McLain
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Chapters 13 through 16 Summary

Chapter 13

Hadley was becoming accustomed to Paris but Ernest was totally in love with it. Ernest was working on a story called "Up in Michigan" which he had started when they first arrived. He was completely obsessed with his writing. They had spotted James Joyce on the street several times. Ernest had read some passages of his "Ulysses" and found it great. A friend, Lewis Galantiere encouraged Ernest to send off his letters of introduction after which he received an invitation from Ezra Pound to meet with him.

When they visited the Pounds, Hadley took to Dorthy Pound immediately. She was a lovely woman and an artist. She was an odd match to her husband, Ezra, who looked like Satan himself. Ezra trapped Ernest in the corner all evening and lectured the much younger man on the art of writing and everything other topic. Pound...

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