The only one I've finished is The Old Man and the Sea, but I've read part of For Whom the Bell Tolls, and A Farewell to Arms, so I don't know that my input counts. I would have to say that what I've read of For Whom the Bell Tolls was the most enjoyable, but that might not be fair since I haven't read it in it's entirety.
A Moveable Feast is my favorite, published after his death, it is an account of his time in Paris as a young writer in the 1920s. It gives accounts of his meeting Getrude Stein and many other art and literature figures of that period. The book was gleaned from journals aand manuscripts he left behind. Now that I thought of it, I may have to read it again.
I'd say it's The Sun Also Rises. It is really the reason why Hemingway is in the pedestal of the literary giants. The novel is well-written and has a very deep meaning. It talks about the lost generation and he clearly portrays the life and struggles of the people in the post-war era of WW1
by torimari 8 years ago
So, we've been living 2010 now for almost 6 months.I'm a considerable book-a-holic and find it always interesting to see what I've read throughout a year.---------------------------------Anyway, what books have you read so far this year?What were your feelings on them?Do you have a list or idea of...
by sarahsherlock 8 years ago
I decided at the beginning of this year that I would read more but I do believe that, like wine, life is too short to read bad books!I have recently purchased the kindle app on my iphone and am keen to purchase but I can't see the wood for the trees!
by Wayne Barrett 5 years ago
What novel would you say has made the biggest impact on your life?John Stienbeck's, "Grapes of Wrath" Is a classic and is considered by many to be one of the top 10 novels in history. I read the novel and would agree with its excellence, but for me that opinion comes not so much from the...
by Michaelmas 4 years ago
What is the most inspirational book you've read?
by Beth37 5 years ago
Anything.Anything at all.
by Ashish Joshi 6 years ago
Who is your favorite author of all time?Well, I just finished 'The First Man' by Albert Camus...and it has been a fantastic three days read. I had already read his 'The Plague' and 'The Fall' but this one is over and above any work I've read.Who is your favorite author?
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