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Inspired A Moveable Feast and a rare glimpse of Hemingway's rich and relaxed sense of humor which enlivens scene after scene Beginning in the 1930s Islands in the Stream follows the fortunes of Thomas Hudson from his experiences as a painter on the Gulf Stream island of Bimini where his loneliness is broken by the vacation visit of his three young sons to his antisubmarine activities off the c. The Most Interesting Man in the World The Novels I removed Islands in the Stream from my currently reading shelf because I wasn t sure I would ever finish

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Islands in the Stream

First published in 1970 nine years after Ernest Hemingway's death Islands in the Stream is the story of an artist and adventurer a man much like Hemingway himself Rich with the uncanny sense of life and action characteristic of his writing from his earliest stories In Our Time to his last novella The Old Man and the Sea this compelling novel contains both the warmth of recollection that. The book is good It s good but it s sad It s a good sad book about a good sad man and that s what Hemingway intended He knew that writing a good book is a fine thi

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Oast of Cuba during World War II The greater part of the story takes place in a Havana bar where a wildly diverse cast of characters including an aging prostitute who stands out as one of Hemingway's most vivid creations engages in incomparably rich dialogue A brilliant portrait of the inner life of a complex and endlessly intriguing man Islands in the Stream is Hemingway at his mature bes. Being against evil doesn t make you good when you start taking pleasure in it you are awfully close to the thing you re fightingA manly story about a very manly ma


10 thoughts on “Islands in the Stream

  1. says:

    The book is good It's good but it's sad It's a good sad book about a good sad man and that's what Hemingway intended He knew that writing a good book is a fine thing because people will enjoy reading itI tell myself that he's right reading a good book is a good thing You can be glad that the book is good and you can be glad that you are not a character in the book because Hemingway books are sad books and characters in

  2. says:

    Oh how I wish Hemingway had lived to revise and compile this book Published posthumously and with only minor attention given to copy editing by Papa's publisher and last wife the book limns its main character in three parts as an artist livin

  3. says:

    I picked this book up on a whim and I'm so glad I did What a strange melancholy compelling story It was published posthumously and not edited by Hemingway which makes me wonder what it might have been like if he'd finished it himself but as it is I liked it a lot It might be one of my favorites this summer which is odd because when one thi

  4. says:

    The Most Interesting Man in the World The Novels I removed Islands in the Stream from my “currently reading” shelf because I wa

  5. says:

    Look at me reading Hemingway DIt's off to a great start I'm really enjoying this book so farNot sure if I got lucky or if Hemingway truly is a good writer I no longer though have an aversion to Hemingway's works and will

  6. says:

    Falling in love at an advanced age you would think would be a little bit different But I am like a school girl I'm not writing Me and Ernie 4 Eva on my notebooks but I might as well be the way I am mooning around about Papa Hemingway these days Without a doubt I'm head over heels and “Islands in the Stream” only confirms itEven though this book was never highly praised by his critics and is one of his later works it is to me o

  7. says:

    Being against evil doesn't make you good when you start taking pleasure in it you are awfully close to the thing

  8. says:

    It has been about 40 years since I read Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea in High School which I plan on

  9. says:

    I have often thought that there should be a reluctance on the part of the estate of a deceased writer to publish any of an author's works posthumously Seriously if the book was finished and the writer hadn't bot

  10. says:

    I actually enjoyed this Hemingway story Maybe it was because it was edited by someone either than the author I have found that I like the posthumous Hemingway writings better than what he put out when he was aliveI felt like I was in the Caribbean while reading this story And in doing so I was able to relive my trip that I had to the Caribbean over twenty years ago One caveat though if you like Calypos music