Books: When Papa Was Tatie

A MOVEABLE FEAST by Ernest Hemmingway. 21 1 pages. Scr/bner. $4.95.

Unlike the glum testaments and boring memorabilia most men bequeath to the world, Ernest Hemingway left behind an invitation to laugh with him amid the scenes of his youth, where he was happier than he would ever be again. Almost, it seems like a last-minute appeal from a man who suddenly felt himself trapped in his own latter-day legend as "Papa."

These 20 well-tooled tales are of "how Paris was in the early days when we were very poor and very happy," when "we" meant...

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