That Summer in Paris
Memories of Tangled Friendships With Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Some Others
From Library Staff
Morley Callaghan comes off as a name dropping chauvinist, taking an immediate dislike to the women he meets that summer in Paris. Sylvia Beach offends the great Callaghan because she refuses to give out the information of her writer friends. Zelda Fitzgerald he sneers at because she mentions that... Read More »
Morley Callaghan is someone rarely mentioned in the memoirs of the Lost Generation, so he wrote his own...