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Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald - Chapter 36 – Chapter 41 Summary & Analysis

Therese Anne Fowler
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In Chapter 36, Scott and Zelda arrive at Antibes, and Zelda is annoyed that she was forced to leave Paris. Zelda’s mother sends her a letter reminding her that she is to do as her husband wishes, and that she hopes Zelda is not becoming a feminist. Zelda cannot help but feel that married women end up locking themselves in metaphorical cages as a result. Zelda begins acting out at parties just as she did when she was younger.

Scott buys a villa and leaves their guest house to Hemingway and Pauline. Hemingway celebrates the publication of his new book, and as a result of his jealousy, Scott gets drunk and acts out at Hemingway’s party. Annoyed, Zelda goes to the restroom, only to find Hadley crying over Hemingway’s affair with Pauline. Suddenly, Scott gets into a fight with a random...

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