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F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald--before the madness and drink truly took over. I don't know why I'm so fascinated by them--but I am.


Zelda Fitzgerald is known to represent an image of strong, independent woman in the 1920's. She faced struggles to break free from her husband’s control and chart her own course, both as an artist and a woman which earned her a place as one of the leading female voices of the 1920's.

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Fascinating folk: Zelda Fitzgerald

Woman of the Day: Zelda Fitzgerald, is often only referred to as F. Scott Fitzgerald’s wife. But she was so much more then that. She was an author in her own right, called the first American flapper, and a 1920’s icon. For all the video game nerds, Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of Zelda, named the princess after her. She is most obviously timeless.

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Zelda Fitzgerald quote print: "She quietly expected great things to happen to her"



'Z' Tells The Fitzgeralds' Story From Zelda's Point Of View

Absolutely remarkable. Best book of 2014 for me.

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Gatsby's heartbreaker: Self-destructive love affair of F. Scott Fitzgerald which is Hollywood blockbuster once more was inspired by a fatal obsession with his first love

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald


Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald | IndieBound

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#TrueLoveThursdays: F.Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald

Today's #Truelovethursdays post (where we share a classic movie or literary quote each Thursday to get your hearts all aflutter), is brought to you by F. Scott Fitzgerald via the Matthew J. and Arlyn Bruccoli Collection of F. Scott Fitzgerald. In a letter to a mutual friend of his and Zelda's (his infamously wild** wife), he defends Zelda's character and describes the facets of her personality he has fallen wildly in love with. The letter: *"No personality as strong as Zelda’s could…