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The famous writer and artist Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was born on July 24 1900 and is one of the six children of Anthony Dickinson and Minnie Machen Sayre Zelda Fitzgerald married Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald and had one child Zelda was the youngest child and recieved her name from a novel her mother owned During her childhood she was known as a wild child because she did exactly as she pleased Zelda met her husband the infamous writer of The Star Spangled Banner Frances Scott Fitzgerald after dating many men around her county They were engaged for awhile then broke that engagement in July 1919 because Scott had no money to support Zelda It was in 1920 when Scotts novel This Side of Paradise made him famous Because of this they married that same year on April 3rd Their only daughter named after her father Frances Scott Fitzgerald was a born in 1921 a year after they were married Even though Scotts book brought them fame and fortune the fortune was quickly gone due to their excessive spending habits After their daughter was born the family moved to France and became friends with the famous writer Ernest Hemingway By 1924 Scott was working on his next book The Great Gatsby In France Zelda met a French man by the name of Edouard Jozan To her everything he had was what she wanted Zelda had an affair with him and it was never confirmed wether or not she had sexual relations with him Her husband was outraged when he heard about the affair and challenged Jozan to a duel which ended up never happening because Jozan got transferred for military reasons During this time period of about a month Scott kept Zelda locked up in their villa By the time she had gotten out she found out Jozan had been transferred and left her only a photo and a letter in French which she ended up
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