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The Graphic Life of Zelda Fitzgerald
Lo Porto, Tiziana (Book - 2013)
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Dancer, painter, writer, muse, passionate lover, and freethinker, Zelda Fitzgerald is one of the most iconic figures of the Jazz Age. Born in Alabama in 1900, she was only 18 when she met F. Scott Fitzgerald, an ambitious young writer who would turn into one the greatest American authors of all time. Beautiful, talented, irreverent, extravagant, and alcohol-driven, the newly married couple took New York's high society and the whole literary world by storm. They traveled to France, Italy, and Africa; hung out with Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, and Gertrude Stein; managed to both charm and enrage most of the people they were acquainted with; and ended up destroying their love and themselves-Zelda was diagnosed with schizophrenia and spent more than a decade in psychiatric clinics, tragically dying at 48 in a fire. Superzelda is a thoroughly researched work based on period photographs and documents, as well as on Zelda and Scott's writing. It is a biography, a love story, and a travelogue all wrapped into one. The beautiful two-color illustrations bring to life one of the most fascinating women, as well as eras, of the early 20th century.
Authors: Lo Porto, Tiziana, 1972-
Uniform Title: Superzelda. English
Title: Superzelda
the graphic life of Zelda Fitzgerald
Publisher: Long Island City, NY :, One Peace Books,, 2013
Edition: First edition
Characteristics: 172 pages :,chiefly illustrations ;,21 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Tiziana Lo Porto, Daniele Marotta ; translated from the Italian by Antony Shugaar
Notes: "Originally published in 2011 by minimum fax, Italy, as Superzelda: la vita disegnata di Zelda Fitzgerald"--Title page verso
Additional Contributors: Lo Porto, Tiziana (Superzelda) 1972-
Shugaar, Antony Translator
Marotta, Daniele 1972-, Author
ISBN: 9781935548270
Branch Call Number: GN 920 FITZGERAL 2013
Subject Headings: Fitzgerald, Zelda, 1900-1948 Comic books, strips, etc
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Dancer, painter, writer, muse, passionate lover, and freethinker, Zelda Fitzgerald is one of the most iconic figures of the Jazz Age.

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