Publish date: December 3rd 1983
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Zelda, poor Zelda, Your love for F. Scott felled ya. A Southern belle transplanted,You went through hell, that's granted. But oh, those years of glory!Your nineteen-twenties story. The couple with the mostest, You a reluctant hostess. The Paris scene so sparkly, Your mind receding darkly. Your husba...
The legendary story of Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald is laid out in this biography of the troubled girl from Alabama. Between Zelda's mental instability and Scott's excessive drinking, no one, not even them, was really sure which came first. Did Scott's drinking make Zelda go crazy or did Zelda's unpre...
It's hard to review "Zelda" without tying in my feelings about Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald and their crazy, codependent relationship. But I can't find any fault in Nancy Milford's work, and for such a long biography to hold my interest all the way through is sort of amazing, so I'm giving it five sta...
Having your husband cannibalize your life and writings to prop up his "genius" is not conducive to strong mental health.
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