Three is a crowd. This becomes abundantly clear in Paula McLain’s popular novel The Paris Wife (2011). The fictional narrative is from Hadley Richardson Hemingway’s perspective. She is the first (and as we learn in the end) favorite wife of American modernist author Ernest Hemingway.
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Ariel Price of One Little Library
Audra Friend of Unabridged Chick
Angela Cybulski of Persephone Writes
These types of novels, the first-person narrative of somebody famous, are hard for me. It was hard with American Wife, and it was hard with this novel. I think it is a stretch for me to believe it, when I have the cognitive dissonance of knowing that it is fiction but also realizing that it is based on a real person and purports to be their innermost…
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