Zelda Sayre, Belle

  title={Zelda Sayre, Belle},
  author={Linda W. Wagner-Martin},
  journal={Southern Cultures},
  pages={19 - 49}
There are few more memorable wives in twentieth-century American culture than Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, who was married to the successful young author F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1920. His first novel, This Side of Paradise, had appeared a few weeks before their marriage. Because of his popularization of the Jazz Age, complete with its New York partying, elite college society, and alcohol, dancing, and flappers, readers tend to place his beautiful bride with the exotic name--Zelda--within those… 
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