A Moveable Feast
Set in the 1920s, this memoir of Hemingway’s time in Paris as a struggling writer is full of vivid descriptions of the city’s streets, cafes, and bohemian lifestyle.
The book is a collection of personal anecdotes and stories about Hemingway’s time as a struggling young writer in Paris in the 1920s. The book covers his relationships with other writers and artists of the time.
Scott Fitzgerald, James Joyce, and Gertrude Stein, as well as his experiences living in the city and the challenges of being a writer.
The Paris Wife
This historical fiction novel tells the story of Hadley Richardson, the first wife of Ernest Hemingway, and their life together in 1920s Paris.
The novel begins with Hadley and Ernest meeting in Chicago and falling in love. They move to Paris soon after, where they become part of the expat community of writers and artists.
Hadley quickly becomes enamored with Paris, the city of light and the artistic community, but she soon realizes that the life of a writer’s wife is not all glamour and excitement.
Eventually, their marriage falls apart and the novel ends with Hadley reflecting on the end of their relationship and their time in Paris. “The Paris Wife” is a novel that explores themes of love, sacrifice, and the complexities of relationships, all set against the backdrop of the vibrant and exciting Paris of the 1920s.
The Red Balloon
The Red Balloon” is a simple and heartwarming story about friendship, imagination, and the power of belief. The book has been widely praised for its vivid and evocative illustrations, which capture the charm and beauty of the streets of Paris.
This classic French children’s book, which was also made into a beloved film, follows a young boy in Paris and his adventures with a magical red balloon.
The book tells the story of a young boy named Pascal who lives in Paris and finds a magical red balloon that follows him everywhere he goes.