Anything to be Liked, to be Reassured


This Recording has a feature on Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s letter correspondences circa 1930.  Fitzgerald appears insecure, liquored and thoroughly nostalgic while Zelda’s letters detail her consumption of sedatives and her struggle with Fitzgerald’s alcoholism and periodic inattention.

Daniel Gumbiner is a student at UC Berkeley. He has lived in Chile and Argentina. He blogs with his brother, David, at More from this author →