A Moveable Feast, Sketches of the Author's Life in Paris in the Twenties
New York; (1964)
by Hemingway, Ernest
New York; (1964): Charles Scribner's Sons. First Edition. Octavo. First printing. 211pp. Hemingway takes you along with him through the streets of Paris, watching fishermen along the Seine or dropping by to Visit Sylvia Beach to borrow a book. Hemingway lived in a small apartment on the rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs. He is reminded with vivid portraits of those he knew and of those he met along the way. The memory of Gertrude Stein providing little glasses of liquors, Ezra Pound boxing, and others including one of the more important portrayals, that of Scott Fitzgerald. This was the twenties in Paris and the story of his youth and friends. Bound in 1/4 rust cloth over marbled paper covered boards stamped in gilt, spine lettering gilt, a fine bright copy in a very nice unclipped pictorial dust jacket with light rubbing along the folds, and minute wear to head. A very nice copy.
(Inventory #: 021846)
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