Article writer, painter, dancer, and famous wife of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. Known on her behalf tremendous social hunger and her challenges with mental disease, she became an icon from the Shed Generation as well as the Roaring Twenties. She was incredibly active as a kid, spending the majority of her period swimming, dance, and being outside. She researched at Sidney Lanier SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Montgomery, Alabama, where she was a shiny but distracted college student. She had written an autobiography known as Conserve Me the Waltz in 1932. She and her five old siblings were the kids of Minerva Buckner Machen and Anthony Dickinson Syre. She fulfilled F. Scott Fitzgerald, her husband to be, in the summertime of 1918. She and F. Scott got a daughter called Frances Scott Fitzgerald. She and F. Scott had been close friends with renowned American writer Ernest Hemingway.
|1||Despite her late start, she was generally viewed as a talented dancer and was even invited to join the Ballet school of the San Carlo Opera Ballet Company in Naples but she declined.|
|2||Practised dancing for eight hours each day.|
|3||Suffered from Schizophrenia.|
|4||Mother, with F. Scott Fitzgerald, of daughter Frances Scott Fitzgerald Smith.|
|5||Stepgrandmother of Paul Martin Smith.|
|Biography||1997||TV Series documentary||Herself|
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