I read this in high school and again in college. That second reading led me to some of the bars and other places Hemingway hung out in while on my first trip to Paris in 1967 during my junior year.
Now that I'm a grown-up I listened to the book and was taken back to the Paris of my youth. This followed listening to "The Paris Wife" and seeing "Midnight in Paris" over the summer and a visit to his haunts on Lake Maggiore in Italy last fall, which is along the escape route in "A Farewell to Arms". Hemingway is a classic and this version of the book is, too.
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