Memoir by Hemingway of his life in Paris (1921–26), published in 1964. In brief sketches the work summons up the sense of what Paris meant to him as a writer beginning a career and to other expatriate Americans. It tells how Gertrude Stein came to employ the term “lost generation,” of his friendship and falling out with her, and of Pound, Fitzgerald, and other associates.
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Ernest Hemingway (1899—1961) American novelist, short-story writer, and journalist