The ambitious ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ (1940), which continues the...– Jeffrey Meyers, “Hemingway’s Achievement,” The Wall Street Journal, submitted by Joseph Walker
bleachbubbles: fuckyeahhemingway: Hemingway directly quoting Hemingway text constantly in “Midnight in Paris”: hilarious or annoying? Not annoying. Infuriating. I have many thoughts on this matter. Yes. Tell me more.
There was a silence when he finished speaking. It was odd, he thought, how much easier it was to talk about something when you hadn’t reread it in a while. You didn’t get bogged down in particularities — the wider truths of fiction seemed to emerge naturally as you spoke. Eventually, Karin, a quiet but determined Austrian girl, broke the silence. “So, Herr Professor,...
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Hemingway directly quoting Hemingway text constantly in “Midnight in Paris”: hilarious or annoying?
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I’m reading Never Any End to Paris by Enrique Vila-Matas. It’s kind of like A Moveable Feast except that it constantly discusses A Moveable Feast. It’s life in conversation with A Moveable Feast imitating A Moveable Feast. I don’t know. Almodovar blurbed it.
Life penis imitates art penis.
“During this time Hemingway composed ‘The Sun Also Rises,’ a novel about self-loathing, castrated Jake Barnes, who impresses women with his massive booze consumption, since he can’t impress them with a massive anything else. (Original title: ‘The Junk Never Rises.’) The book’s characters drank more than a hundred and fifty types of alcohol on nearly eight...