“Is Hemingway’s Paris ambitious? Yes. Does it work? Absolutely.” - Huffington Post
“Roberto's words and images of my homeland are eloquently and beautifully balanced and exist in harmony like the ocean and the sky." - Raul Villarreal, Author of Hemingway's Cuban Son
Granddaughter of Max Perkins:
"Wheeler’s photographs of Hemingway’s Paris are a gritty illustration of what Perkins saw in Hemingway’s writing. A Moveable Feast, written when Hemingway was an old man remembering the Paris years, can be read while gazing at Wheeler’s photographs, bringing alive the significance of context, of weather and of mood upon Hemingway’s imagination."
Valerie Hemingway, author,
Running with the Bulls, My Life with the Hemingways:
"In this photographic tribute to Ernest Hemingway, Robert Wheeler uses his unerring eye and masterly vision to bring us Paris, city of literature and romance, in a unique and charming way. Inspired by A Moveable Feast, the crisp black and white images and accompanying narrative give us an original insight into both beloved city and renowned author. A delightful experience!"
James Meredith, Former President, The Ernest Hemingway Foundation and Society,
"Hemingway’s Paris evokes not only the beauty of Paris but especially of Hemingway’s remembrance of the early Paris years and his formation as a modernist writer. The exquisite photography and the evocative beauty of the prose bring out the very best of what Paris has to offer: past, present, and, forever, the future."