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Interior view of the Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald museum in Montgomery Al.  This is the last house that the Fitzgerald's lived in as a family.  In Feb. 1932 Zelda left to receive treatment at a mental institution.  Scott left a few months later for Hollywood.

Interior view of the Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald museum in Montgomery Al. This is the last house that the Fitzgerald's lived in as a family. In Feb. 1932 Zelda left to receive treatment at a mental institution. Scott left a few months later for Hollywood.

It's a short story...but still

a Fitzgerald short story

"But poor boys shouldn’t think of marrying rich girls." -- Chapter 20... #Gatsby

The Perfect Hour: The Romance of F. Scott Fitzgerald And Ginevra King, His First Love

F. Scott Fitzgerald.  This Side of Paradise

Scott Fitzgerald was born in 1896 and died in He is an American novelist and wrote short stories. His work was about the Jazz Age.

Classic Books Annotated by Famous Authors

Classic Books Annotated by Famous Authors

youwillbeassimilated: “ A page from Sylvia Plath’s copy of The Great Gatsby. The text of Plath’s annotations remains in copyright.

F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. Sorry to say, the flapper vanished. How old she looks. I bet that made her quite desperate. Especially because Scott was still so handsome.

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald-Often people display a curious respect for a man drunk, rather like the respect of simple races for the insane. There is something awe-inspiring in one who has lost all inhibitions.

1979 I grabbed this as soon as it hit the Library. I've read it several times since. Probably dated, but still a good story.

1979 I grabbed this as soon as it hit the Library. I've read it several times since. Probably dated, but still a good story.

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald - at the time he was writing a fantasy novel, the working title "The Legend of Zelda"... nah just kidding, but he should have been

Fascinating folk: Zelda Fitzgerald

Sometimes Madness Is Wisdom: Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald: A Marriage by Kendall Taylor

"We are blessed with a - brain and cursed that it knows we - are going to die"   F. Scott Fitzgerald Reads John Masefield’s “On Growing Old” | Brain Pickings

F. Scott Fitzgerald Reads John Masefield’s “On Growing Old”

"We are blessed with a - brain and cursed that it knows we - are going to die" F. Scott Fitzgerald Reads John Masefield’s “On Growing Old”

Zelda Sayre's photograph in her Sidney Lanier High School yearbook, ca. 1918.

Zelda Fitzgerald in her Sidney Lanier High School yearbook (born Zelda Sayre in Montgomery, Alabama

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