The autumn of 1922 was difficult for Hadley and Ernest, who had been married just over a year and were living in Paris. Ernest was a foreign correspondent for the […]
Allie Baker brings warmth, intelligence, and a much needed feminine sensibility to the world of Hemingway. I’ve long admired her sense of connection to Hadley in particular, and find her writing and interviewing style refreshing and insightful.
Paula McLain, author of The Paris Wife
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