Ernest Hemingway in Paris in the 1920s. An expatriate learning to be an author while living with other members of the "lost generation."
Interesting - thanks!
Hi, thanks for the visit and the comment!
A great history of early Hemingway... Thank you for the clip... xv
Thank you for the visit, Vicki!
Perhaps not so much new in this little video, but it gave me the opportunity to revisit your interesting blog! :-)
Thanks for the visit, Peter!
Thank you for the visit!
It's interesting to see how The Toronto Star really sparked Hemingway's career, and how his history there made him one of the most reputable American authors and journalists of the 20th-century.I wonder if Clive Owens utilized Hemingway's time at The Toronto Star to get into character for his role as Ernest Hemingway in the recent HBO film 'Hemingway and Gellhorn' with Nicole Kidman. http://thecelebritycafe.com/feature/2012/05/clive-owen-and-nicole-kidman-share-about-hbos-hemingway-and-gellhorn
Thanks for the visit!I didn't see the movie - I've seen mostly negative reviews. Did you like it?
What a terrific video!I should visit more often.
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