Paris est une fête (titre original : A Moveable Feast) est un récit autobiographique d'Ernest Hemingway publié de manière posthume en 1964 (paru la même année en France chez Gallimard, traduction de Marc Saporta). Une édition revue et augmentée de plus de 80 pages est parue en 2009 (et traduite en français en 2011).

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  • Paris est une fête (titre original : A Moveable Feast) est un récit autobiographique d'Ernest Hemingway publié de manière posthume en 1964 (paru la même année en France chez Gallimard, traduction de Marc Saporta). Une édition revue et augmentée de plus de 80 pages est parue en 2009 (et traduite en français en 2011).
  • «Пра́здник, кото́рый всегда́ с тобо́й» (англ. A Moveable Feast) — книга воспоминаний американского писателя Эрнеста Хемингуэя о его жизни в Париже. В книге описываются первые литературные опыты молодого писателя и его жизнь с первой женой Хэдли в 1920-х годах.Кроме автобиографических заметок книга содержит портреты таких литераторов, как: Алистер Кроули, Эзра Паунд, Фрэнсис Скотт Фицджеральд, Форд Мэдокс Форд, Хилэр Беллок, Жюль Паскин, Дос Пассос, Перси Льюис, Джеймс Джойс и Гертруда Стайн.На русский язык книга была переведена коллективом переводчиков М.Бруком, Л.Петровым и Ф.Розенталем. Новый перевод сделал в 2012 Виктор Голышев.
  • A Moveable Feast is a memoir by American author Ernest Hemingway about his years in Paris as part of the expatriate writers in the 1920s. The book describes Hemingway's apprenticeship as a young writer in Europe (especially in Paris) while married to his first wife, Hadley. Some of the people featured in the book include Aleister Crowley, Ezra Pound, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ford Madox Ford, Hilaire Belloc, Pascin, John Dos Passos, Wyndham Lewis, James Joyce and Gertrude Stein.The book was not published during Hemingway's lifetime, but edited from his manuscripts and notes by his widow and fourth wife, Mary Hemingway. It was published posthumously in 1964, three years after Hemingway's death. An edition revised by his grandson Seán Hemingway was published in 2009.The memoir consists of Hemingway's personal accounts, observations and stories of his experience in 1920s Paris. He provides specific addresses of cafes, bars, hotels, and apartments, some of which can be found in modern-day Paris. The title was suggested by Hemingway's friend and biographer A. E. Hotchner, who remembered Hemingway saying, in conversation: "If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast."
  • París era una fiesta es una recopilación de memorias del escritor Ernest Hemingway publicado póstumamente en diciembre de 1964 en los Estados Unidos por Editorial Scribners.
  • Festa mobile (A Moveable Feast) è un libro di memorie dello scrittore americano Ernest Hemingway pubblicato postumo nel 1964, grazie all'editing della sua quarta moglie, Mary.Racconta del suo soggiorno a Parigi durante gli anni venti, un periodo felice in cui muove i primi passi nel mondo artistico, grazie all'incontro con Gertrude Stein e Ezra Pound. Oltre alla vita degli scrittori americani espatriati in Europa, sono descritti i momenti trascorsi al fianco della sua prima moglie, Hadley. In queste scene di vita vissuta compaiono i nomi di persone molto importanti come Aleister Crowley, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ford Madox Ford, Hilaire Belloc, John Dos Passos e James Joyce.Hemingway si preoccupa, inoltre, di fornire continuamente all'interno del testo indirizzi di vario genere (hotel, bar, cafè, appartamenti) raggiungibili tutt'oggi.Viene citato anche da Leonardo Sciascia nel romanzo Candido ovvero Un sogno fatto in Sicilia del 1977.
  • Paris – Ein Fest fürs Leben sind Erinnerungen des amerikanischen Schriftstellers Ernest Hemingway, die postum 1964 unter dem englischen Titel A Moveable Feast erschienen. Hemingway beschreibt darin sein Leben zwischen 1921 und 1926 in Paris.
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  • Paris est une fête (titre original : A Moveable Feast) est un récit autobiographique d'Ernest Hemingway publié de manière posthume en 1964 (paru la même année en France chez Gallimard, traduction de Marc Saporta). Une édition revue et augmentée de plus de 80 pages est parue en 2009 (et traduite en français en 2011).
  • París era una fiesta es una recopilación de memorias del escritor Ernest Hemingway publicado póstumamente en diciembre de 1964 en los Estados Unidos por Editorial Scribners.
  • Paris – Ein Fest fürs Leben sind Erinnerungen des amerikanischen Schriftstellers Ernest Hemingway, die postum 1964 unter dem englischen Titel A Moveable Feast erschienen. Hemingway beschreibt darin sein Leben zwischen 1921 und 1926 in Paris.
  • A Moveable Feast is a memoir by American author Ernest Hemingway about his years in Paris as part of the expatriate writers in the 1920s. The book describes Hemingway's apprenticeship as a young writer in Europe (especially in Paris) while married to his first wife, Hadley. Some of the people featured in the book include Aleister Crowley, Ezra Pound, F.
  • «Пра́здник, кото́рый всегда́ с тобо́й» (англ. A Moveable Feast) — книга воспоминаний американского писателя Эрнеста Хемингуэя о его жизни в Париже.
  • Festa mobile (A Moveable Feast) è un libro di memorie dello scrittore americano Ernest Hemingway pubblicato postumo nel 1964, grazie all'editing della sua quarta moglie, Mary.Racconta del suo soggiorno a Parigi durante gli anni venti, un periodo felice in cui muove i primi passi nel mondo artistico, grazie all'incontro con Gertrude Stein e Ezra Pound. Oltre alla vita degli scrittori americani espatriati in Europa, sono descritti i momenti trascorsi al fianco della sua prima moglie, Hadley.
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