Zelda Fitzgerald, the embodiment of the 1920's woman.
Edited by the Fitzgeralds' only childm, daughter Scottie Fitzgerald, this gorgeous scrapbook-format tribute to her parents is well worth a look.
Zelda's extraordinary (if somewhat unreadable) autobiographical novel, written in four weeks while she was institutionalized.
Penned by Eleanor Lanahan, granddaughter of Zelda and Scott, this biography of her mother Scottie is well balanced and fascinating. After the tragic loss of her parents, Scottie went on to become a well-connected Washington hostess and journalist, as well as a woman who struggled with alcoholism, motherhood and the demons of her own unconventional childhood.
Of her husband's vast output of exceptional short stories, Zelda considered these to be Scott's best.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's first novel, published in 1920 when he was only 23. The book that started it all!
Chock full of glossy color prints of Zelda's surviving artwork. See for yourself what all the fuss is about.