By Ernest Hemingway
Hemingway's stories of his lifestyles as an unknown author dwelling in Paris within the Nineteen Twenties are deeply own, warmly affectionate and whole of wit. He remembers the time while, bad, satisfied and writing in cafes, he chanced on his vocation.
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Don't be silly. how could he hope to corrupt you? do you corrupt a boy like you, who drinks alcohol, with a bottle of marsala? no, he was a pitiful old man who could not help what he was doing. ' 'i did at the time,' i said. ' i took another sip of the eau-de-vie and pitied the old man and looked at picasso's nude of the girl with the basket of flowers. i had not started the conversation and thought it had become a little dangerous. there were almost never any pauses in a conversation with miss stein, but we had paused and there was something she wanted to tell me and i filled my glass.
You went down a stairway to the park and watched the fishermen there and under the great bridge. the good spots to fish changed with the height of the river and the fishermen used long, jointed, cane poles but fished with very fine leaders and light gear and quill floats and expertly baited the piece of water that they fished. they always caught some fish, and often they made excellent catches of the dace-like fish that were called goujon. they were delicious fried whole and i could eat a plateful.
Because of the change in altitude i did not notice the grade of the hills except with pleasure, and the climb up to the top floor of the hotel where i worked, in a room that looked across all the roofs and the chimneys of the high hill of the quarter, was a pleasure. the fireplace drew well in the room and it was warm and pleasant to work. i brought mandarines and roasted chestnuts to the room in paper packets and peeled and ate the small tangerine-like oranges and threw their skins and spat their seeds in the fire when i ate them and the roasted chestnuts when i was hungry.
A Moveable Feast (Scribner Classic) by Ernest Hemingway