Zelda Fitzgerald: Her Voice in Paradise

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Arcade Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 492 pages
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A portrait of the Jazz Age artist and wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald traces their dysfunctional marriage, Zelda's work as a painter and dancer, and her struggle to define herself despite the glamorous flapper identity placed upon her by her husband. Reprint.

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Review: Zelda Fitzgerald: Her Voice in Paradise

User Review  - Marisa - Goodreads

I just finished Sally Cline's "Zelda Fitzgerald: Her Voice in Paradise." I would ignore all of the reviews that said this read like a text book or report on the life of Zelda. If you are used to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gene Ripka - Goodreads

A great, well researched bio that casts Zelda Fitzgerald in light of her own. Her time and her place cast her always in her husband's shadow. Was she always a madwoman, or did life in that eclipse ... Read full review

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The author of several books, Sally Cline is the recipient of an Arts Council Writers Award (1995) for outstanding literary merit for her work on this book and a Harry Ransom Research Center Fellowship for her work on her forthcoming biography of the novelist Radclyffe Hall. She was for many years Co-Course organizer for Women's Studies at Cambridge University.

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