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Zelda was charmed at first, but quickly noticed that he seemed obsessed with the image. Zelda's story was first told in Nancy Milford's splendid feminist biography of ; but as Milford later wrote, Scottie Lanahan, the Fitzgeralds' daughter, was so upset by the manuscript that she threatened suicide. Milford cut much of the detail about Zelda's diagnoses, treatments and her homosexual crushes, and the family restricted much of the medical material in the Princeton University archives. Generally biographers and friends have taken the side of one of the partners, at one extreme endorsing Hemingway's view that Zelda was a madwoman who undermined Scott's sexual and artistic self-confidence and drained him emotionally and economically, and at another seeing Scott as a monster who drove Zelda mad and destroyed her chances to succeed as an artist in her own right. Both of these books take a more balanced approach, blaming neither partner; but the selection from the Fitzgeralds' correspondence edited by Jackson Bryers and Cathy Barks, and pre-emptively called "love letters", repeats the legend of a great and timeless romance, while the exhaustively researched biography by Sally Cline powerfully undermines it.
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Review: Zelda Fitzgerald and The Love Letters of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald | Books | The Guardian

For the love of literature Scott Fitzgerald stole Zelda's ideas, plagiarized her diaries and even pushed her into an affair. He was arguably the worst husband of his generation -- and that made him its best author. By Jonathon Keats Aug. Scott Fitzgerald's second novel was published, a newspaper editor asked the author's wife whether she'd consider reviewing it for the New York Herald Tribune. As she read her husband's book with the sharp eye of a paid professional, she recognized not only the autobiographical tenor of "The Beautiful and Damned," but also, cleverly attributed to a female lead much like herself, whole passages authored by her: "It seems to me," she wrote in her review, "that on one page I recognized a portion of an old diary of mine which mysteriously disappeared shortly after my marriage, and also scraps of letters which, though considerably edited, sound to me vaguely familiar.
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Early life and family background[ edit ] Zelda Sayre at 19, in dance costume Born in Montgomery, Alabama , Zelda Sayre was the youngest of six children. A spoiled child, Zelda was doted upon by her mother, but her father, Anthony Dickinson Sayre — [1] —a justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama and one of Alabama's leading jurists—was a strict and remote man. The family was descended from early settlers of Long Island , who had moved to Alabama before the Civil War. By the time of Zelda's birth, the Sayres were a prominent Southern family. Her great-uncle, John Tyler Morgan , served six terms in the United States Senate ; her paternal grandfather edited a newspaper in Montgomery; and her maternal grandfather was Willis Benson Machen , who served a partial term as a U.
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