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T—which many critics consider his masterpiece—Zelda Fitzgerald was preparing her own story The novel strangely parallels events from her husband’s life throwing a fascinating light on Scott Fitzgeral.

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PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý F Scott Fitzgerald She was an icon of the 1920s—dubbed by her husband the first American Flapper After the success of his first novel This Side of Paradise 1920 the Fitzgeralds became celebrities The newspapers of New York saw them as embodiments of the Jazz Age and the Roaring Twenties young rich beautiful and energeticZelda Sayre grew up in a wealthy and prim southern family Even as a child her audacious behavior was the subject of Montgomery gossip Shortly after finishing high school she met F Scott Fitzgerald at a dance A whirlwind courtship ensued Though he had professed his infatuation she continued seeing other men Despite fights and a prolonged break up they married in 1920 and spent the early part of the decade as literary celebrities in New York Later in the 1920s they moved to Europe recast as famous expatriates of the Lost Generation While Scott received acclaim for The Great Gatsby and his short stories and the couple socialized with literary luminaries like Ernest Hemingway their marriage was a tangle of jealousy resentment and acrimony Scott used their relationship as material in his novels even lifting snippets from Zelda's diary and assigning them to his fictional heroines Seeking an artistic identity of her own Zelda wrote magazine articles and short stories and at 27 became obsessed with a career as a ballerina practicing to exhaustionThe strain of her tempestuous marriage Scott's increasing alcoholism and her growing instability presaged Zelda's admittance to a sanatorium in 1930 She was diagnosed with schizophrenia While in a Maryland clinic she wrote a semi autobiographical novel Save Me the Waltz which was published in 1932 Scott was furious that she had used material from their life together though he had done the same such as in Tender Is the Night published in 1934 the two novels provide contrasting portrayals of the couple's failing marriageBack in America Scott went to Hollywood where he tried screenwriting and began an affair with the movie columnist Sheilah Graham In 1936 Zelda entered the Highland Mental Hospital in Asheville North Carolina Scott died in Hollywood in 1940 having last seen Zelda a year and a half earlier She spent her remaining years working on a second novel which she never completed and she painted extensively In 1948 the hospital at which she had been a patient caught fire causing her death Interest in the Fitzgeralds resurged shortly after her death the couple has been the subject of popular books movies and scholarly attention After a life as an emblem of the Jazz Age Roaring Twenties and Lost Generation Zelda Fitzgerald posthumously found a new role after a popular 1970 biography portrayed her as a victim of an overbearing husband she became a feminist icon

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  1. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubOh dear The extravagant lifestyle and tumultuous relationship of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald may be the stuff of legend but Zelda's novel writing abilities were a million miles away from being legendary Zelda's one and only novel even makes Scott Fitzgerald's worst novel look good Considering her state of mind at the time of writing this I'm surprised she managed to complete a novel at all To say it's rushed would an understatement with little character development and scenes that didn't have a chance to settle in properly I got the strong feeling that the speed and purpose with which she wrote this indicates it was a story she felt desperately driven to tell It's also easy to see that it's a work written by a troubled and very unhappy person as some of the sentences felt like a cry for help Scott even tried to keep her from writing the novel and was far from impressed when she sent it directly to his publi


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    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubI found this in a used bookstore around the corner from my apartmentOn the wordy side but not at all the impenetrable mess people make it out to be I happen to love dense elaborate prose Hers is synesthesiacally brilliant It's true the paragraphs are somewhat lacking in rhythm So much energy went into the individual sentences But it's one of those books that make me kick my feet with joy and occasionally pause to meditate on a thought or descriptionPoor


  3. Linnéa Linnéa says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubIt often strikes me as absurd to attempt to rate literature Save me the Waltz for example is probably not a four star book It was however a four star reading experience because I have a fascination with the Fitzgeralds because it is challenging and fragmented and bizarre because it makes no sense as a novel and belies the meaning of the genre Certainly not a read for everyone but if you have read Tender is the Night or are at all interested in the lovely Zelda Save Me the Waltz might be a good one to check out You can literally see Fitzgerald's mind coming to pieces as the book progresses


  4. Bethany Bethany says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubI very nearly regretted picking up this book when four lines in I ran into this humdinger of a sentence “Most people hew the battlements of life from compromise erecting their impregnable keeps from judicious submissions fabricating their philosophical drawbridges from emotional retractions and scaulding marauders in the boiling oil of sour grapes”“Oh snap” I thoug


  5. Primrose Jess Primrose Jess says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubI approached this review with some trepidation I've been fascinated with the Fitzgeralds admire FS Fitzgerald's writing and have been curious to read Zelda's work Obviously a work of fiction yet this novel has been surmised to be a reflection of Zelda's view of their courtship and marriage If you've read the fiction novel Z A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald you will be surprised to also see parallels in the storyline After reading this I felt mildly d


  6. n Dalal n Dalal says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubAs I picked up Save Me the Waltz to read it a second time the dry brittle pages started crumbling under my fingers the dog eared corners simply gave up and fell away leaving me surrounded with tiny flakes of yellow paperThough I wanted to read this while also reading Tender Is the Night it looks like I'll need to do some book rescue before I can read this one When I first bought this book it was out of print and impossible to find I got lucky with a cheap paperback at an oblivious bookstoreNow it's available everywhere but I want to save my old copy rebind it make it a uniue hardcover It's just going to take time than I thought it wouldWell I've finished re binding my copy now and I've given Zelda's novel a second read It's idiosyncratic it's bizarre but it's also occasionally genius She describes David Knight's F Scott's hair as having the colour of


  7. Laura Laura says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubThis is the first and only book written by Zelda Zayre aka Zelda FitzgeraldThe plot is uite autobiographical even if it's a piece of fiction The main character Alabama is a portrait of a wife of a famous artist who struggles to live her own life in the shadow of the success a famous


  8. Robert Strandquist Robert Strandquist says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubWhy five stars for such an unevenly written novel? Despite her over use of similes Zelda's writing sizzles with dazzling descriptions I'm convinced that she either wrote or edited the first party scene in Gatsby because that same cadence of phrasing in those long sentences that crescendo to delirious heights appear throughout Save Me the Waltz Another bias that supports five stars rests in my sympathy for Zelda's protagonist Alabama When her manic swings are on the rise her aesthetics are sublime She's magnetic Her passionate expressions for natural beauty are on par with some found in Wordsworth and Keats And her observations about society are on par with those by Wilde although less satiric As a narrative structure we're witness to her unwavering wors


  9. Steven Steven says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubZelda wrote Save Me the Waltz her first and only novel during the six weeks that she spent in a sanatorium in 1932 It draws on many of the same experiences that would go into her husband Scott's Tender is the Night


  10. Terry Huntress of Erudition Terry Huntress of Erudition says:

    PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý save epub, waltz epub, Save Me book, Save Me the Waltz EpubI think that Zelda Fitzgerald wrote this book as a reaction to F Scott Fitzgerald using their lives and anecdotes as a basis for many of his books She was a frustrated ballerina and made her protago


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PDF/EPUB Save Me the Waltz Kindle Ù Save Me Epub / Ý sustanon.pro Ý F Scott Fitzgerald She was an icon of the 1920s—dubbed by her husband the first American Flapper After the success of his first novel This Side of Paradise 1920 the Fitzgeralds became celebrities The newspapers of New York saw them as embodiments of the Jazz Age and the Roaring Twenties young rich beautiful and energeticZelda Sayre grew up in a wealthy and prim southern family Even as a child her audacious behavior was the subject of Montgomery gossip Shortly after finishing high school she met F Scott Fitzgerald at a dance A whirlwind courtship ensued Though he had professed his infatuation she continued seeing other men Despite fights and a prolonged break up they married in 1920 and spent the early part of the decade as literary celebrities in New York Later in the 1920s they moved to Europe recast as famous expatriates of the Lost Generation While Scott received acclaim for The Great Gatsby and his short stories and the couple socialized with literary luminaries like Ernest Hemingway their marriage was a tangle of jealousy resentment and acrimony Scott used their relationship as material in his novels even lifting snippets from Zelda's diary and assigning them to his fictional heroines Seeking an artistic identity of her own Zelda wrote magazine articles and short stories and at 27 became obsessed with a career as a ballerina practicing to exhaustionThe strain of her tempestuous marriage Scott's increasing alcoholism and her growing instability presaged Zelda's admittance to a sanatorium in 1930 She was diagnosed with schizophrenia While in a Maryland clinic she wrote a semi autobiographical novel Save Me the Waltz which was published in 1932 Scott was furious that she had used material from their life together though he had done the same such as in Tender Is the Night published in 1934 the two novels provide contrasting portrayals of the couple's failing marriageBack in America Scott went to Hollywood where he tried screenwriting and began an affair with the movie columnist Sheilah Graham In 1936 Zelda entered the Highland Mental Hospital in Asheville North Carolina Scott died in Hollywood in 1940 having last seen Zelda a year and a half earlier She spent her remaining years working on a second novel which she never completed and she painted extensively In 1948 the hospital at which she had been a patient caught fire causing her death Interest in the Fitzgeralds resurged shortly after her death the couple has been the subject of popular books movies and scholarly attention After a life as an emblem of the Jazz Age Roaring Twenties and Lost Generation Zelda Fitzgerald posthumously found a new role after a popular 1970 biography portrayed her as a victim of an overbearing husband she became a feminist icon