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Hope you enjoyed some time off over the holidays with your loved ones. After enjoying many feasts with our own families, Bookclub-in-a-Box is back with a great recommendation for your first read of 2012: Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife, a novel based on the relationship of Ernest Hemingway and his first wife, Hadley, as they made their lives together in Paris in the 1920s. If you’ve read Hemingway’s memoir A Moveable Feast, you’ll love hearing McLain’s interpretation of the heartbreaking story from Hadley’s perspective.
The full Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guide, available January 20th, will include the following:
· Novel Synopsis
· Author Information
· Character Analysis
· Themes, Writing Style & Structure, and Symbols
· Discussion Questions
· Important Quotes from the Novel
· Special section on Hemingway’s own work
· A one-on-one Q&A with Paula McLain about
Hemingway, her research methods, and her next
novel (about Marie Curie)!