Ernest Hemingway in Paris in the 1920s. An expatriate learning to be an author while living with other members of the "lost generation."
Yeah!!!A new post:) I will have to look this up...The history of Blooms Day.You got my curious now...hmmmSmiles:)kayellen
Hi Kayellen, thanks for the visit!
Top 'o the mornin' to ya! (Is that Irish enough for ya for Bloomsday? - Had to look it up - sounds fabulously fun1!)We've been good - yourself? Keeping busy & glad the heat has gone away for the time being!!Just to let you know - there's no need to put cheese in that pesto - she made several without....and they were all wonderful and oh-so easy to make!!
Yaaaay! New post since so many days! :D =)Good night
Hi Paul!Nice post! Joyce deserves it, though I've been fighting Finnegans Wake for ages... ;))Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter, still in Santiago de Compostela, now inside the Cathedral… Hope you enjoy, and have a nice weekend!
Paul,New post! Great. It's funny cause I found out about Bloomsday and how the action takes place in a single day just a few days ago. Now I'll have to read it :)
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