The Paris Pilgrims by Clancy Carlile
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A young Ernest Hemingway haunts the streets of Paris, brawling in alleys, drinking hard with the likes of James Joyce at the Cafe Voltaire, discussing poetry with Gertrude Stein, and arguing politics with Ezra Pound.

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Published July 1, 1999 by Carroll & Graf Pub. 460 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs. Fiction

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expatriate bisexual rich brat Robert McAlmon joins Ernest in Madrid to see the bullfights, share “roasted cojones,” and—in this amazingly abrasive novel’s wildest flight of fancy’submit to being buggered by his insistently masculine companion (in Spain they say si si?).

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Opening with a name-dropping Hemingway meeting Sylvia Beach at Shakespeare and Company, her Paris bookstore, the book closes with Beach name-dropping as she tearfully sends the Hemingways back to the States.

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