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Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald - Chapter 42 – Chapter 47 Summary & Analysis

Therese Anne Fowler
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In Chapter 42, at the end of 1928, Zelda and Scott once again live in the United States, where Zelda’s old friend Sara Haardt pushes her to become a feminist. Scott lends money to Hemingway, whose father has just passed away. Zelda realizes she hates their new housekeeper, Phillipe, because he reminds her of Hemingway. Zelda fears she now hates Scott, too.

Chapter 43 begins in 1929, when Zelda and Scott plan to once again move back to Paris. Before the move, Zelda continues to dance and write, and her work continues to be published under Scott’s name. Scott continues to drink heavily and get into fights. Once they are back in Paris, Scott finds out that Hemingway is also in Paris, and now has a son.

In Chapter 44, Zelda tells Scott that she does not want her stories published under his name anymore, but...

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