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A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition (English Edition) di [Hemingway, Ernest]
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"The Paris sketches are absolutely controlled, far enough removed in time so that the scenes and characters are observed in tranquillity, and yet with astonishing immediacy - his remarkable gift - so that many have the hard brilliance of his best fiction" (New York Herald Tribune)

"The first thing to say about the 'restored' edition so ably and attractively produced by Patrick and Sean Hemingway is that it does live up to its billing . . . well worth having" (Christopher Hitchens, "The Atlantic")

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Published for the first time as Ernest Hemingway intended, one of the great writer's most enduring works: his classic memoir of Paris in the 1920s

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 6294 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 258
  • Editore: Scribner; Reprint edizione (27 giugno 2009)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B002F08230
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  • Media recensioni: 4.0 su 5 stelle 2 recensioni clienti
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Eh sì, il Woody l'ha letto e ne ha tratto spunti per il suo film Midnight in Paris. Libro pubblicato postumo da appunti con diverse versioni. Io ho letto quella curata dal figlio e in lingua inglese. Lo stile è giornalistico, si legge con piacere, bello il ritratto di Parigi e le descrizioni dei personaggi che frequenta, specialmente Scott Fitzgerald e Gertrude Stein. Interessante la vita di Parigi nei primi anni '20, le vacanze sulla neve con gli sci in Austria, sono quadretti di vita che stupiscono. Molto interessante la descrizione dello scrivere, la fatica dell'opera, come si costruisce ogni giorno. Un'eccellente guida con lo stile che hanno usato Susy Blady e Patrizio Roversi. Consiglio
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Racconto autobiografico degli anni venti. Un Hemingway squattrinato con moglie e figlio. Un diario delle sue giornate ma non approfondisce l'atmosfera culturale del tempo. Ci sono incontri con intellettuali e scrittori:G.Stein, TS Eliot ma sottolinea soprattutto il rapporto con FS Fitzgerald. Particolarmente interessante la figura di Ezra Pound, generoso e incoraggiante futuri scrittori, così divergente dall'attuale e immeritato cliche'. Lo stile è semplice e la lettura anche in originale è scorrevole.
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19 di 20 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle Atrocious typography just kills a great book 7 febbraio 2016
Di Jean-Claude Terrier - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I wrote this review originally for a previous edition no longer offered by Amazon but
it applies just as much to this new (?) edition.

This review is not about the work by Hemingway. This is great book.

The same cannot be said about what I will call the typography. Or rather
the lack of it. The text is essentially a raw scan of a paper edition with
many, much too many, mistyped words and many more false new
paragraphs created, most of them in mid-sentence.

I mean how difficult can it be to search for and destroy any carriage
return not preceded by a full stop.

In short we have here an atrocious text rendering making for a labored reading.

And what happened to the promised illustrations and manuscript pages ?

Please,please, correct this Kindle book and reissue it to all buyers.

3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
2.0 su 5 stelle Disappointed 30 ottobre 2015
Di Urenna - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I enjoyed the beginning of A Moveable Feast. Hemingway’s writing seemed dramatically immediate. But as I continued to read, I found the book lacking. It is more or less a journal of his Paris writing life.
Hemingway recalled his life in Paris in the twenties, with his first wife, Hadley, and gave a brief description of well-known writers he befriended. You get snippets of information on his literary friends’, such as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, Ford Maddox Ford, and others. Drinking appeared as much a past-time as writing to Hemingway and his friends. With his new friend, Librarian, Sylvia Beach, he discovered a treasure trove of books on Mansfield, Turgenev, Dostoyevsky, Chekov, etc.
He and his fellow writers, called the Lost Generation, were either wealthy or like Hemingway poor, starving writers. But most of the writers, artists and entertainers that settled in Paris during the twenties and thirties were poor, and wanted a better life.
The Hemingway’s lived in the Mouffetard area, in the fifth arrondissement of Paris. They existed off of Hemingway’s salary from a Toronto newspaper until he decided to quit and spend his time writing. He rented a room to write his books. For a time, he gambled on horses, but quickly rid himself of this compulsion. At that time, he did express a ‘hunger’ concerning his life, but would not define it. When he stopped gambling, the emptiness returned.
I’m not sure if he used deception when he had begun to deposit his horse race winnings in a separate account from his wife. Again, he did not elaborate on the separate account or if Hadley knew.
Meanwhile, Hadley lived in their sparsely furnished apartment, with little or no heat. But they were young, and Hadley seemed happy, in love, and very accommodating to her husband. They had a son born in Paris, that they nicknamed Bumby, during the 1920s.
A painful time for Hemingway was when Hadley inadvertently lost the only copy to his first novel. In the book, he seemed forgiving and did not dwell on the loss.
He had an affair. And eventually Hemingway and Hadley divorced in 1927. Four months later, Hemingway married Hadley’s ‘girlfriend,’ Pauline Pfeiffer, a wealthy American, and Vogue editor, living in Paris.
Several times in the book, Hemingway blamed himself for the breakup of his marriage to Hadley. He also wrote she eventually married someone a few years later and seemed very happy.
I did not see this book as a masterpiece, tour de force or gem, but a journal of Hemingway’s life abroad. Maybe it’s because I read the restored edition.
As I mentioned, initially, I liked the beginning. But as I plowed my way through the pages of A Moveable Feast, I did not find it delightful.
I forced myself to complete it.

Read Feb. 22, 2014
10 di 11 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle Wonderful writing, terrible editing! 19 novembre 2016
Di Coyote Bill - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
The book is delightful. Not a story so much as a series of reminiscences or vignettes. As always, reading Hemingway is very rewarding.

The reason for one star is that the Kindle edition, for which I paid $2.99, is filled with weird spelling errors. Numbers appear in the middle of names. Many of the phrases in French are misspelled. It looks very much like the text was scanned using character recognition, run through a spell check program, then published without being proofread.

This is a common problem with many self-published books today, of course, but for this to appear in a known work is unconscionable. Please edit this and send me an updated copy!
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Cutting Another Facet In The Gem 14 aprile 2014
Di propertius - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Certainly there can be nothing added to comments both professionally and amateur about this work. Let it suffice that this work had originally been edited by Hemingway's fourth wife who left out some material which she felt may be too indiscreet for a variety of reasons. This new edition has some of the information which had been deleted and rearranged somewhat. It is still Hemingway.

Fortunate are we who can compare both works side by side. I am not going to comment on the controversy surrounding this work, since I am so prejudiced a fan of Hemingway that it would need volumes to explain my position. I read the first printing when it first came out as a pre-teen and I read this a a middle aged man and still get thrills turning the pages (Ah the remembrance of the first sight of first love). Of course I would be happy to buy a copy of Hemingway's laundry lists.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Hemingway and Paris re-visited! 28 aprile 2017
Di Joyce Lawrence - Pubblicato su
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This is my second time round with this book which I had read eons ago! Somehow I thought it had more of Paris in it, but appreciated , especially his anecdotes about F. Scott Fitzgerald. Also all his impressions of the overbearing Gertrude Stein. It also depicts his most idyllic period when he was still married to Hadley. What a wonderful couple they made, so different from all the other talented writers of the time. Yes, worthwhile re-reading
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