On the Road to West Egg: The Volatile Relationship of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald
Glamour, alcohol, reckless and carefree behavior--all themes of a great F. Scott Fitzgerald novel? Yes. But, in the case of Fitzgerald, fiction imitates life.
Fitzgerald's marriage to Zelda was volatile from the start--it was plagued by alcohol abuse, debt, and mental illness. "The Great Gatsby" may be Fitzgerald's most read story, but his most fascinating story was his relationship to Zelda Fit