"A Moveable Feast" (1964) by Ernest Hemingway

Hemingway's fiction has always left me cold, but when I reread this brief memoir about his early days as a struggling writer in Paris, I found it acutely moving. Fans of the 2011 best-seller "The Paris Wife" by Paula McClain claim that it channels the spirit of "A Moveable Feast," but don't believe that nonsense. Reread the original. — J.K.
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