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The Sun Also Rises (1926) is a semi-autobiographical account of Hemingway's post-World War I experience as an expatriate. The well-received novel earned Hemingway the title of spokesperson for his generation.

Where I'm Calling From: New and Selected Stories, (1988) is a collection by short story writer Raymond Carver. Most critics agree that Carver's style was influenced by Hemingway's early stories.

Michael Reynolds's Hemingway: The Paris Years (1989) is a careful examination of Hemingway's expatriate period in Paris as a member of the "Lost Generation." The time period covered includes the years when Hemingway wrote and published "Hills Like White Elephants."

A Moveable Feast (1964) is Hemingway's memoir of his years as a young writer in Paris. Hemingway worked on the manuscript during 1957 and 1958, and the volume was published after his death in 1961.

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