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Anita Loos receives notes from William Faulkner, Aldous Huxley, and F. Scott Fitzgerald
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A fine post all round. Fine blend of pics and quote.
Thank you, sir. I’m getting a kick out of your site, and wry British wit.
Sadly not today – nothing in my head at all. Did post on the sister blog leagueofmentalmen.wordpress.com in the early morn before my brain died if that’s any help! ‘Tis very, very British that one – not for the easily offended!
Lovely quote! Did you read, The Paris Wife- Paula McLain? Hemmingway’s first wife, Hadley Richardson “narrates” this novel about their marriage.
I have to read that, one of my favorite books by Hemingway was his memoir of living in Paris in the 1920s, “A Moveable Feast,” in which he talks a lot about other writers, and speaks very little (if at all!) about his wife.
That sort of sums up their “Paris” life together! Still it is a beautiful story and the characters are fabulous.
Wonderful, evocative quote! And the pictures… You’ve got amazing taste!
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