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Paris Without End by Gioia Diliberto

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Published by Harper Prennial, September 2011 *****

This thoroughly researched book offers a candid look at the life of Ernest Hemingway’s muse.  His first wife Hadley was at his side during his most pivotal and prolific years as a young man, full of vitality and creativity.  Together, Hem and Hadley experienced the boom of the Lost Generation’s self-imposed exile in Paris, where art flourished and wine flowed.  Hadley was, by necessity, a constant calm in Ernest’s life as he struggled to make a name for himself.  She endured his escalating success and thus his growing ego, which eventually caused their marriage to deteriorate.  Throughout it all, Hadley is portrayed as courageous and sturdy.

Diliberto does a phenomenal job utilizing a vast amount of sources to capture Hadley’s voice and personality.  Considering her unhappy childhood, it is a wonder Hadley ever escaped the suffocating confines of her life in St. Louis.  …

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MANON KUBLER. PERIODISTA , ESCRITORA EN RETIRADA. A LA SAGA DE UNA NUEVA CRONICA. PREPARO MIS BALAS. EXPULSO MIS FUEGOS. AFINO MIS LLAGAS. AVANZO. ME DEMORO. VUELVO A AVANZAR. BUSCO ESTOMAGOS QUE SUJETEN TOXICOS Y EXTREMOS. AQUI ESTOY, A LA SAGA, VIVIA Y SOBREVIVIDA PARA LA ALEGRIA DE POCOS, SALUD MANON

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