Certain writers never go out of style. Ernest Hemingway's portrait of the 1920s expatriate experience in A Moveable Feast is always apropos, as is F. Scott Fitzgerald's fictional account of the same period in Tender Is the Night. (Papa Hemingway looks quite affable at a bar in El Floridita, Havana, in the sculpture by Cuban artist José Villa Soberón.)
|Mark Twain, by Gary Lee Price|
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