The Garden Of Eden
|ISBN:||9781443414838, Related ISBNs: 1443414832, 9781443414838|
|Number of pages:||250|
An erotic drama, The Garden of Eden is a story of marriage, jealously, and betrayal. While honeymooning on the exotic Côte d'Azur, David Bourne, a young American writer, and his wife Catherine meet the alluring Marita. As each fall in love with the young woman, both David and Catherine grapple with the truth of their relationship with each other and the demise of their marriage.
The Garden of Eden, the second of Ernest Hemingway’s novels to be published posthumously, was a sensational, if controversial, bestseller, and is believed to have been inspired by his honeymoon with his second wife, Pauline Pfeiffer. The Garden of Eden was adapted for film in 2008.
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