A Moveable Feast is a novel from Ernest Miller Hemingway, a remounted and well-celebrated American writer. This, actually, is a precious memoir of Hemingway about his life in Paris during 1920s. This was the biography of Hemingway in which he had written his experiences about his life, about the Paris and his contemporaries like James Joyce, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, and Gertrude Stein.
A moveable feast is one of his exclusive innovations that have been published posthumously and his fourth wife, Mary Hemingway who was also a writer, edited this book very cautiously. Her effort for presenting writer’s original spirit of writing before the readers was considerable amazing. This book was first time published in December 1964 and Writers original manuscript was available in a wide range at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston in 1979.
A restored addition of this book is published by Sean Hemingway, writers grandson to redeem his grandmother, Pauline Pfeiffer, who had an affair with Hemingway while he was married to Hadley Richardson, because of this affair, his marriage with Hadley broke down, and Pfeiffer and Hemingway married in 1927.
This restored edition of the book not only enhances the reader’s interest but also presents a clearer picture of the author’s original purpose for the memories of his life.
According to Sean Hemingway, the edits that are made in the new restored edition, are very minor and the new and nice thing in this edition is that now people can read that book in its entirety because in the last edition, the book was unfinished but now it have an ending and this last segment of the book is taken from the original manuscript available in Kennedy Library in Boston.