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Paris Without End by Gioia Diliberto
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Jul 15, 2014

it was amazing
bookshelves: american, author-a-i, bios-autobios, history, non-fiction, title-j-r, about-women, 2014-reads, by-women
Read from January 15 to 23, 2014

What an excellent book. Hadley was a fascinating woman, with or without Ernest. She had such an interesting life. My only complaint would be that the book was so heavy on her time with Ernest, when she lived so much after their marriage. I can't complain too much though since they had such an intense relationship. It was wonderful reading the excerpts from their letters. It will be interesting to read The Paris Wife now that I've read an actual account of Hadley's life, and to reread A Moveable Feast. I highly recommend this book; it's very vivid and reads very easily.

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