Walk Four - THE PARIS DAYS OF ERNEST - AND HADLEY AND PAULINE - HEMINGWAY.

Reporting from a Paris hotel at the end of 1921, Ernest Hemingway crowed that he and new wife Hadley could live there for a year on just $1000. Finding this to be optimistic, they rented a fourth-floor apartment at the seedy end of Montparnasse. As Ernest struggled to make his name, their marriage paid the price. When wealthy Pauline Pfeiffer made him an Offer He Couldn’t Refuse, Ernest traded  Montparnasse for a spacious apartment in St. Sulpice. Sites visited in this walk include the homes Ernest shared with his first two wives, and the cafés where he wrote and socialized with Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein and other giants of the age when “Paris was where the future was.”    

 

Walk One

Walk Two

Walk Three

 

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