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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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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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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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Amazon.com: 4.1 su 5 stelle 842 recensioni
10 di 11 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 Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
A MOVEABLE FEAST
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.

JCT
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Men Laid Low by Women 1 ottobre 2012
Di Nancy Drew - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Bullfights, boxing, hunting and war yet women have a dramatic unseen impact on a man looking to express the elements of life. Perhaps "Paris without End: The True Story of Hemingway" by Gloria Diliberto knits together the Hemingway story in its most accurate elements.

A memoir without a beginning, without a mother and without a father. He listens to Gertrude Stein denigrate marriage between a man and a woman; and then denigrate male homosexuals uplifting only lesbians, woman on woman as the real deal in love, respect and kindness. Then one day Hemingway hears Stein whimpering like a beaten puppy, begging her partner in quite the pathetic, victim moment. It's what ends his relationship with Stein.

Zelda tells Scott his member is too small and Hemingway is begged to take a look and tell Scott the truth. Hemingway says Scott's member is fine and off they go to the look at Greek statutes to afford some direct comparisons.

Pauline is described as "relentless" and it's this "relentlessness" that causes him to marry Pauline. But reading the biography on Hadley my take is Hadley's time with Hemingway wasn't to last forever. Women know, folks, they know. Hadley invited Pauline to continue to be with them. Hadley wasn't a weak woman. Hadley and Ernest's romance started with letter writing and her support of Hemingway and after the divorce the letter writing and emotional support of Hemingway resumed. They each gave something to the other and left on good terms. Mutual respect over a lifetime is something to hold onto. And Hemingway did.

It couldn't have lasted and that is telling at the end of "The Sun Also Rises". Alcohol was the true love. Hemingway set it up so Hadley got royalties the rest of her life from "The Sun also Rises".

It was interesting to learn not Scott Fitzgerald or Hemingway or Stein came up with the phrase "the lost generation". It was the garage owner. After every war there is a lost generation. It wasn't a new idea to the garage owner.

My favorite book is "The Old Man and the Sea" and I have affection for Hemingway, the man. His mother dressed him as a girl, dressed him to look like a twin to his sister. The mom was very cold. His father committed suicide. Elements of his life Hemingway couldn't write about.

I have compassion for the man and sorrow that there wasn't an avenue for him to sort out those life beginnings that can haunt one to the end of time.

I recommend the book, the elements in the book that give us something of the man who would take his own life without finishing the book.

Between the Hemingway family members who add and change focus that's OK. Read all of them and with kindness sort out the times, the places and the man who wanted to put pen to paper to say something about life.
1 di 1 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 Amazon.com
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.
32 di 35 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle Warning in the New York Times 8 settembre 2013
Di Beach Atlantic - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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As an author, I am concerned by Scribner's involvement in this "restored edition." With this reworking as a precedent, what will Scribner do, for instance, if a descendant of F. Scott Fitzgerald demands the removal of the chapter in "A Moveable Feast" about the size of Fitzgerald's penis, or if Ford Madox Ford's grandson wants to delete references to his ancestor's body odor.

All publishers, Scribner included, are guardians of the books that authors entrust to them. Someone who inherits an author's copyright is not entitled to amend his work. There is always the possibility that the inheritor could write his own book offering his own corrections.

Ernest was very protective of the words he wrote, words that gave the literary world a new style of writing. Surely he has the right to have these words protected against frivolous incursion, like this reworked volume that should be called "A Moveable Book." I hope the Authors Guild is paying attention.

A. E. Hotchner is the author of the memoirs "Papa Hemingway" and "King of the Hill."
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A wonderful if controversial Hemingway book for new or veteran readers of Hemingway 24 novembre 2011
Di Stryder7 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This is a memoir of Hemingway's time in Paris during the 1920's.

This is written by Hemingway at his best. These are stories from an aging man looking back on one of the best times of his life. When you read this book you can hear Hemingway speak to you as openly as if he were sitting in your living room having tea (-or rum).

He recalls when he was a struggling writer: he was both very poor and very happy at the same time. During that time he and his first wife, Hadley, would have lived on about $5.00 a day.

This is a very different time and the people he relates to are contemporaries who are not all caught up in their own ego and self-importance. They were more focused on being good at their craft and did not worry as much about success as most people are today.

Some of the people he meets and writes about are Gertrude Stein, Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, Ford Maddox Ford, and T.S. Eliot.

Nobody writes with more preciseness and power than Hemingway.

This book wasn't published till after Hemingway's death, and was put together from various notes and chapters that he had written at earlier times.

Although he won both Nobel Prizes and the Pulitzer Prize and was a bestselling author in his lifetime, he has sold more books since his death in 1961 than he did during his life.

Few authors have had this happen especially nearly 50 years after their death. But that is the way things worked out in the posthumous life of Ernest Hemingway.

There has been quite a controversy among readers, family, friends and literary scholars about the old and new version of this book. I will not go into that now. You either like the old version or the new version, and some people, as myself, like both.

The really great thing about the new version is that it has brought a new generation of readers to the wonderful world of Hemingway.

I would recommend either version to new readers of Hemingway and the old veterans who want to touch back on life in those times.
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