The Sun Also Rises

"Isn't it pretty to think so?"

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Erik Torenberg
Erik TorenbergHiring@eriktorenberg · Former Product Hunt
...If only Hemingway could AMA!
Peter Kelly
Peter Kelly@wikipetera
One of my favorites, possibly the finest book out of the 1920s Paris gang (...if you exclude Joyce on a technicality :)
Ami Greko
Ami Greko@ami_with_an_i · Penguin Random House
@wikipetera I am always surprised by how incredibly readable this book is. It's a classic that also is a page-turner.
Rolf Potts
Rolf Potts@rolfpotts
Hemingway's 1927 novel may be best remembered for mythologizing the annual "Running of the Bulls" in Pamplona, but its entire story stands out as a remarkable piece of travel fiction. Set in France and Spain in the years after World War I, it evokes a sense of place and character (and language and activity) that feels as real and authentic as any nonfiction travel reportage.