Hemingway's Paris by John Baxter
A User's Guide

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In a way that's not true of any other American artist, Paris made Ernest Hemingway famous, while he contributed profoundly to the city's enduring fame.

What was Paris to Hemingway, and he to Paris? And how much of his city survives for us to visit and explore?

In Hemingway's Paris: A User's Guide, prize-winning author John Baxter (The Most Beautiful Walk in the World) evokes the French capital as it was between 1921 and 1926, when Hemingway lived there, and provides a unique insider's guide to the city he knew and loved.

John Baxter was born in Australia, but has lived in Paris for 25 years, most of that time in the building which Sylvia Beach made her home while running the famous Shakespeare and Company bookshop. As well as writing extensively about the city and its history, he leads literary walks around sites associated with James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, F Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.

More details on www.johnbaxterparis.com.
 

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Published May 2, 2016 by CB Creative Books. 57 pages
Genres: History, Travel. Non-fiction

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