Lies, Damned Lies, and Autobiography: Hemingway’s Treatment of Fitzgerald in A Moveable Feast
Manuscript study. Examines changes made to the Fitzgerald chapters of A Moveable Feast, focusing on Hemingway’s departure from veracity apparent in the revision process. Posits that these changes, though factual “lies,” reflect profound truths about autobiography, self, and the writer’s craft.
a/b: Auto/Biography Studies