March 19th, 2011

No one ever accused Ernest Hemingway of creating memorable women characters — except perhaps in his posthumously published Paris memoir, “A Moveable Feast,” where he idealizes his first wife, Hadley Richardson, as the alter ego who shared with him the good old days before fame and fortune and another woman wrecked it all…Hadley Richardson now comes into her own, sort of, as the long-suffering wife in Paula McLain’s stylish new novel.

more, here.

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