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Maman's book choice: Heroines by Kate Zambreno "The Mad Wives of Modernism"

writersnoonereads:

The following is a submission from Molly Parent, who, in light of Kate Zambreno’s recently published study Heroines, considers the special cases of two writers no one reads: Vivienne Eliot and Zelda Fitzgerald. (Ed.)

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Kate Zambreno’s Heroines—a thoughtful, confessional, research-rich book…

A nostalgia pick for me - Mad Wives in the Attic were often the topic of conversation when I worked in publishing, representing the Jean Rhys Estate. Sounds fascinating.

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    All I remember being told of the Fitzgerald relationship was how much he loved her. It’s sick.
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    Will T.S Eliot please return to his home, 68 Clarence Gate Gardens, which he abandoned Sept. 17th, 1932.
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    fought for. Seriously. With fisticuffs.
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