A Moveable Feast

by Ernest Hemingway

In Brief

It was the Jazz Age, the era of the Lost Generation, and everywhere was ripe with passion, hunger, revolution and genius. Hemingway's memoir of his youthful days in Paris is both a catalogue of great literary names and a deeply personal account of poverty, hope and discovery.

Why you should read it

In what is some of his finest writing, Hemingway gives us a first-hand account of one of the most radical and exciting times in recent literary history.

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