save me the waltz a novel by zelda fitzgerald

From: rsi
Category: Books
Date: 08 September 2002


long descriptive sentences often including the word lugubrious contribute to the success of this distinctive novel. Like Mayakovsky drunk on capitalism, zelda's novel hammers and beguiles you. You can't separate it from what happened, so objectivity goes out of the window of biography, and is also a rich safety net of intrusion. Zelda was pretty good, and scott and zeldas a great story, they are already as distant at the greek heroes, and are condemned to reveal our hopes as long as people can still read.

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