Mr. Sundrop likes to hide, but he also likes to travel. When I can’t find him, if I notice any Hemingway missing, I know he isn’t hiding under the bed.
Callie ponders the simple beauty of one of Hemingway’s last works.
Discovering she can turn pages with her tail, Violet zooms through The Sun Also Rises.
Ponce de Leon discovers Men Without Women.
Zoë became so frustrated reading Big, Two-Hearted River that…
she switched to True at First Light.
Kolwitz enjoys A Farewell to Arms
Jupiter Dove into Death in the Afternoon immediately after finishing The Sun Also Rises, which made him even more contemplative than normal.
Winston is having difficulty with A Farewell to Arms–turning the pages is a conundrum.
What a cat needs for a happy life: “Fifty Grand” and “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place.”
Paka, showed up at the door pregnant and starving. I tried to explain the procedure to her by having her read “Hills Like White Elephants.” But she didn’t really get it. She’s unschooled in close reading and needs Bob Lamb’s help with her Hemingway.
Here’s a cat at Hemingway’s own Key West house, photo courtesy of Jamie Hecker.