The Paris Wife – Paula McLain

May 3, 2011

This is the story of Ernest Hemingway and his road to becoming a great American author. I have to admit that I knew next to nothing about Hemingway before this book, except that I had a vague memory of reading some of his

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The book is historical fiction, written from the point of view of his wife Hadley. The two meet and marry young and quickly start their life together in a foreign country, with very little money in the early 1920’s. The time period is fascinating and reading about all their travels and vacations within Europe are so vivid you feel you are there with them. But don’t let the beauty of Europe fool you…Hemingway was a tortured soul, living with a lot of demons, especially after his time served as a young man in the war. There is a lot of drinking and hardship for this young couple as Ernest tries to make a name for himself. Now that I have an inside look at Hemingway and his life, I am anxious to read The Sun Also Rises.The Paris Wife shows how he came to write the book which includes his own personal experiences as well as the friends he was with at the time which we have learned about and seen through The Paris Wife. I will say this is a steady story, not much of a page turner, but enjoyable none the less. Contemporary Literature)