To be an American during the 1920s in Paris? What could be more trendy and romantic? Especially, if you’ve just married the dashing young fiction writer, Ernest Hemingway. This absorbing novel introduces you to all the famous ex-pat writers of the time period: everyone from Gertrude Stein ("a rose is a rose is a rose") to Scott Fitzgerald with the wild Zelda on his arms to Ezra Pound and John Dos Passos.
But it’s not primarily a biographical novel about Papa Hemingway; it’s more the story of a marriage between two smart, witty people who each possess an incredible zest for life and adventure.
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