The Paris Wife

By Paula McLain
(Mai Tian/Tsai Fong Books, Paperback, 9789861737201, 360pp.)

Publication Date: February 2012

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“This beautifully written story captures that electric time, the 1920's in that electric city, Paris, through the eyes of Hadley Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway's first wife. While Hadley reveals the strengths and, ultimately the weaknesses in her complex and fascinating marriage, readers are treated to a novel rich in detail and riddled with real-life characters who fascinate us all.”
-- Jeanne Regentin, Between the Covers, Harbor Springs, MI



NPR
Tuesday, Mar 1, 2011

Paula McLain's new novel, The Paris Wife, tells the story of Hadley Richardson, Ernest Hemingway's first wife and companion during his Paris years. Hemingway and Richardson were blissfully in love � until he left her for her best friend. More at NPR.org

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  1. In many ways, Hadley's girlhood in St. Louis was a difficult and repressive experience. How do her early years prepare her to meet and fall in love with Ernest? What does life with Ernest offer her that she hasn't encountered before? What are the risks?

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