In the roaring twenties, after the First World War, a new independently growing woman emerged, the so-called Flapper. She was playful, a flirt, controversial and mischievous with her chic lingerie and her short hair. These women feature en masse in the famous novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald who was married to a fashionable flapper, Zelda Fitzgerald-Sayre. She also wrote a novel herself, which was not a great success. This work discusses all the female characters from the novels Tender is the Night, The Great Gatsby, This side of Paradise and Save me the waltz.
I am an experienced teacher and educator writing non-fiction books and also wrote this book about the women in the novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald. I have been an enthusiastic and spontaneous English teacher for over 20 years and wrote this book when I went to university, when I was younger. I have now adapted and perfected the book into a beautifully lucid story about the flamboyant flappers in the famous novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald-Sayre!