From The Columbia Chronicle:
From The Daily News of Newburyport:
The American trio of Fitzgerald, Faulkner and Hemingway continues to live – notably, in fiction.
Two recent books that created fictional treatments were “The Paris Wife,” about Hemingway’s first, and “Zelda,” a fictional look at the tempestuous relationship between Fitzgerald, the brilliant if drunken wordsmith, and Zelda, his talented flapper-wife who was institutionalized in her final years.
And there was the highly amusing movie, “Midnight in Paris,” by Woody Allen.
My favorite send-up character in that film was Hemingway: “Are a real man? Do you want to box?” (This after a dozen drinks).
Anyway, Your Scribe just finished “West of Sunset,” by Stewart O’Nan.