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Z : a novel of Zelda Fitzgerald



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Author
Fowler, Therese
Descriptors
Alcoholism
Artists
Authors
Ballet
Debt
Fame
Female Protagonists
First Person Narratives
Literary Scene
Marital Conflict
Marriage
Prohibition
Roaring Twenties
Location/Setting:
Alabama
Italy
New York (City)
Paris, France
Time Period:
1920s
1930s
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Summary
Southern belle Zelda Sayre meets aspiring author F. Scott Fitzgerald at a country club dance in 1918 and the two fall madly in love. So begins one of the most legendary, dysfunctional, hectic and alcohol infused marriages of the 20th-Century.
Critique
A fascinating first person narrative of life through Zelda's eyes. Atmospheric depictions of Jazz Age Paris, cameos by everyone who dotted the literary landscape of the 1920s, and the extreme ups and downs of life with a famous, egotistical author add up to a story that is nearly impossible to put down.
ISBN
9781250028655
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# of Pages
375
Published
2013
Formats
Reviewer's Initials: CO DZ SH


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