Save Me the Waltz (Paperback)

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Save Me the Waltz By Zelda Fitzgerald, Erin E. Templeton (Introduction by) Cover Image
By Zelda Fitzgerald, Erin E. Templeton (Introduction by)


Zelda Fitzgerald's only novel, Save Me The Waltz (1932) covers the period of her life that her husband F Scott Fitzgerald had been drawing on for years while writing Tender is the Night (1934).

About the Author

Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (1900-1948) was an American writer and socialite, and the wife of F Scott Fitzgerald. Her life with Fitzgerald in Jazz Age New York, Paris and the South of France, and her arduous training to become a ballerina in her late 20s, form the basis for her only novel, Save Me The Waltz. Zelda had mental health troubles, excerbated by her precarious sense of identity as the wife of a major artist in a period where women of her background were not expected to express themselves except decoratively. She died in a fire in the asylum where she was living.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781999828042
ISBN-10: 1999828046
Publisher: Handheld Classics
Publication Date: January 14th, 2018
Pages: 303
Language: English