Autumn in Venice: Ernest Hemingway and His Last Muse

Autumn in Venice: Ernest Hemingway and His Last Muse

The acclaimed author of A Venetian Affair now gives us the remarkable story of Hemingway's love affair with both the city of Venice and the muse he found there?a vivacious 18-year-old who inspired the man thirty years her senior to complete his great final work. In the fall of 1948 Hemingway and his fourth wife traveled for the first time to Venice, which Hemingway called " The acclaimed author of A Venetian Affair now gives us the remarkable story of Hemingway's love affair with both th...

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Title:Autumn in Venice: Ernest Hemingway and His Last Muse
Author:Andrea di Robilant
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:Autumn in Venice
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:368 pages pages

Autumn in Venice: Ernest Hemingway and His Last Muse Reviews

  • Kricket
    Mar 23, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

  •  Dr. Michael Galvin
    Jul 31, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

  • Lisa of Hopewell
    Aug 08, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • cameron
    Jun 24, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

  • Pam
    Jul 22, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

  • Emily
    Aug 20, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Stacey
    Aug 01, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

  • Karen
    Sep 13, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

  • Andie
    Aug 12, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

  • Janis Gage
    Jun 08, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

  • Ace Boggess
    Jul 09, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

  • Aurel Vukpalaj
    Aug 01, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Angelena Bigham
    Sep 14, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Susan Edwards
    Sep 12, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

    ...

  • Bryonny
    Jun 27, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Eileenjp
    Jul 24, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • mr.birgir gudgeirsson
    Aug 08, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • D W
    Jul 08, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Roxanne
    Jun 29, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

  • Matteo Polo
    Aug 19, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • MaryJo Hansen
    Jul 16, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

  • Marge
    Jul 10, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

  • Rachel
    Jul 30, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Jason Philibert
    Jul 30, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Willa MacVenn
    Jul 22, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

  • Kathy S.
    Jul 03, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Peggy Christopher
    Jul 01, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Sisvina Cahyani
    Jul 16, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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  • Deeann
    Aug 06, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

  • Natalia HA
    Aug 27, 2018

    i want to read this because i enjoy hating ernest hemingway. ...

    This book offers an insightful and often-compelling look at the later years of Hemingway's life, during which he found inspiration in a strange affection for a young Italian woman. Parts of the book are hilarious and other parts quite moving. Brief parts discuss interactions with other...

    This is a hard book to review. I understand how many people could be fed up with yet another Hemingway story, even though it?s true and includes their letters. Hemingway is pretty much the antithesis of political correctness, an ego driven and needy man and and disrespectful to women...

    After World War II, Ernest Hemingway was in a funk. He was depressed, had writer's block and seems to be regretting marrying his 4th wife Mary Welsh. In an attempt to cheer him up,Mary organizes a motoring tour of the south of France and Italy and in Venice Hemingway met the love 18-ye...

    This is a Goodreads win review. This is about Ernest Hemingway when he his fourth wife travel to Venice. He was 50 at that time and he had not published any books in ten years. While in Venice he falls in love with a young girl. After she gave him inspiration he started writing again. ...

    There is no fool like an old lech and this portrayal of Hemingway is pretty brutal about Hemingway?s quest after a girl 40 years younger. Sad story about a pathetic old man, an anxious older wife determined to hold on to her man and a girl who caught his attention and was determined ...

    This is a non-fiction work by an author who has written several other excellent books that tap into his aristocratic Venetian family history. In this story, his great uncle is a friend of Ernest Hemingway when he visits Venice after the war. The book starts in 1949 and mainly focuses o...

    I have to admit, it's been a long time since I read Carlos Baker's Hemingway Biography. This didn't seem quite on par with that, but like I say, it's been a long time with many, many reading experienced in between. The book was interesting though a little difficult to start. Got much b...

    Clearly this is a well-research book with numerous primary sources at its base. For readers curious about/a follower of Hemingway in the later decades of his life and his relationship with a Venetian woman Adriana who is easily young enough to be his daughter, Autumn in Venice reveals ...

    After you enjoy the sense of the American & Brits of The Venice.... the first pass through, you just get bored.. well, I got bored, to be more exact and I LOVE Venice and the writings of di Robilant so, I am disappointed but still, a fan and look forward to The Next Great di Robila...

    Straightforward narrative account. The flaw I find is at times it gets too detailed, a play by play and personally for me I found myself fighting through. If you can get past those moments it's a good read. ...

    An interesting read about Hemingway's final years. A bit repetitive and drawn out, but interesting. ...

    Wonderful book, inspiring..this was so good it made me want to write short stories about my adventures in Germany, France, Italy, etc. Just the best! ...

    The story behind Hemingway's novel Across The River And Into The Trees. ...

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