Ernest Hemingway in Paris in the 1920s. An expatriate learning to be an author while living with other members of the "lost generation."
Very nicely done, Paul. A couple of spelling nit picks: Dorothy Parker would not have written women "were all of a quiver", since that means they were all of a pouch used to carry arrows. I'm guessing she wrote "all aquiver", which means all shaky and nervous. And "glimpse" has a P between the m and the s.
Hi, Thank you for looking and commenting - not too many comments so far.I cleaned up "glimpse" - been loking at it for days & never saw it.The Dorothy Parker quote is odd, but I got it here:http://www.npg.si.edu/exh/hemingway/index-paris.htm What do you think? I'll leave it up to you, ok? I appreciate the time you took to help me out with cleaning house. I hope that you continue to visit.Best,Paul
"Looking" - correction :)
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