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Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “She quietly expected great things to happen to her, and no doubt that’s one of the reasons why they did.”

She quietly expected great things to happen to her, and no doubt that’s one of the reasons why they did.

— Zelda Fitzgerald



Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold.”

Nobody has ever measured, not even poets, how much the heart can hold.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I don’t want to live. I want to love first, and live incidentally.”

I don’t want to live. I want to love first, and live incidentally.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Look closer and you’ll see something extraordinary, mystifying, something real and true. We have never been what we seemed.”

Look closer and you’ll see something extraordinary, mystifying, something real and true. We have never been what we seemed.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “All I want to be is very young always and very irresponsible and to feel that my life is my own-to live and be happy and die in my own way to please myself.”

All I want to be is very young always and very irresponsible and to feel that my life is my own-to live and be happy and die in my own way to please myself.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Don’t you think I was made for you? I feel like you had me ordered – and I was delivered to you – to be worn. I want you to wear me, like a watch-charm or a buttonhole bouquet.”

Don’t you think I was made for you? I feel like you had me ordered – and I was delivered to you – to be worn. I want you to wear me, like a watch-charm or a buttonhole bouquet.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Something in me vibrates to a dusky, dreamy smell of dying moons and shadows.”

Something in me vibrates to a dusky, dreamy smell of dying moons and shadows.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “It is the loose ends with which men hang themselves.”

It is the loose ends with which men hang themselves.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I wish I could write a beautiful book to break those hearts that are soon to cease to exist: a book of faith and small neat worlds and of people who live by the philosophies of popular songs.”

I wish I could write a beautiful book to break those hearts that are soon to cease to exist: a book of faith and small neat worlds and of people who live by the philosophies of popular songs.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Life has puffed and blown itself into a summer day, and clouds and spring billow over the heavens as if calendars were a listing of mathematical errors.”

Life has puffed and blown itself into a summer day, and clouds and spring billow over the heavens as if calendars were a listing of mathematical errors.

— Zelda Fitzgerald



Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “She refused to be bored chiefly because she wasn’t boring.”

She refused to be bored chiefly because she wasn’t boring.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Why is there happiness and comfort and excitement where you are and no where else in the world.”

Why is there happiness and comfort and excitement where you are and no where else in the world.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I take a sun bath and listen to the hours, formulating, and disintegrating under the pines, and smell the resiny hardihood of the high noon hours. The world is lost in a blue haze of distances, and the immediate sleeps in a thin and finite sun.”

I take a sun bath and listen to the hours, formulating, and disintegrating under the pines, and smell the resiny hardihood of the high noon hours. The world is lost in a blue haze of distances, and the immediate sleeps in a thin and finite sun.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I love you, even if there isn’t any me, or any love, or even any life. I love you.”

I love you, even if there isn’t any me, or any love, or even any life. I love you.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I am really only myself when I’m somebody else whom I have endowed with these wonderful qualities from my imagination.”

I am really only myself when I’m somebody else whom I have endowed with these wonderful qualities from my imagination.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Death is the only real elegance.”

Death is the only real elegance.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Most people hew the battlements of life from compromise, erecting their impregnable keeps from judicious submissions, fabricating their philosophical drawbridges from emotional retractions and scalding marauders in the boiling oil of sour grapes.”

Most people hew the battlements of life from compromise, erecting their impregnable keeps from judicious submissions, fabricating their philosophical drawbridges from emotional retractions and scalding marauders in the boiling oil of sour grapes.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Nothing could have survived our life.”

Nothing could have survived our life.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Being in love, she concluded, is simply a presentation of our pasts to another individual, mostly packages so unwieldy that we can no longer manage the loosened strings alone.”

Being in love, she concluded, is simply a presentation of our pasts to another individual, mostly packages so unwieldy that we can no longer manage the loosened strings alone.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “The purpose of life on earth is that the soul should grow – So Growl By doing what is right.”

The purpose of life on earth is that the soul should grow – So Growl By doing what is right.

— Zelda Fitzgerald



Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I remember every single spot of light that ever gouged a shadow beside your bones.”

I remember every single spot of light that ever gouged a shadow beside your bones.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Why should all life be work, when we all can borrow. Let’s think only of today, and not worry about tomorrow.”

Why should all life be work, when we all can borrow. Let’s think only of today, and not worry about tomorrow.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Women, despite the fact that nine out of ten of them go through life with a death-bed air either of snatching-the-last-moment or with martyr-resignation, do not die tomorrow – or the next day. They have to live on to any one of many bitter ends.”

Women, despite the fact that nine out of ten of them go through life with a death-bed air either of snatching-the-last-moment or with martyr-resignation, do not die tomorrow – or the next day. They have to live on to any one of many bitter ends.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Women sometimes seem to share a quiet, unalterable dogma of persecution that endows even the most sophisticated of them with the inarticulate poignancy of the peasant.”

Women sometimes seem to share a quiet, unalterable dogma of persecution that endows even the most sophisticated of them with the inarticulate poignancy of the peasant.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “There seemed to be some heavenly support beneath his shoulder blades that lifted his feet from the ground in ecstatic suspension, as if he secretly enjoyed the ability to fly but was walking as a compromise to convention.”

There seemed to be some heavenly support beneath his shoulder blades that lifted his feet from the ground in ecstatic suspension, as if he secretly enjoyed the ability to fly but was walking as a compromise to convention.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Youth doesn’t need friends – it only needs crowds.”

Youth doesn’t need friends – it only needs crowds.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Love is bitter and all there is, and that the rest is for the emotional beggars of the earth.”

Love is bitter and all there is, and that the rest is for the emotional beggars of the earth.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Mr. Fitzgerald-I believe that is how he spells his name-seems to believe that plagiarism begins at home.”

Mr. Fitzgerald-I believe that is how he spells his name-seems to believe that plagiarism begins at home.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “It’s terrible to allow conventional habits to gain a hold on a whole household; to eat, sleep and live by clock ticks.”

It’s terrible to allow conventional habits to gain a hold on a whole household; to eat, sleep and live by clock ticks.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “A vacuum can only exist, I imagine, by the things which enclose it.”

A vacuum can only exist, I imagine, by the things which enclose it.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I believed I was a salamander, and it seems I am nothing but an impediment.”

I believed I was a salamander, and it seems I am nothing but an impediment.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “By the time a person has achieved years adequate for choosing a direction, the die is cast and the moment has long since passed which determined the future.”

By the time a person has achieved years adequate for choosing a direction, the die is cast and the moment has long since passed which determined the future.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Oh, the secret life of man and woman – dreaming how much better we would be than we are if we were somebody else or even ourselves, and feeling that our estate has been unexploited to its fullest.”

Oh, the secret life of man and woman – dreaming how much better we would be than we are if we were somebody else or even ourselves, and feeling that our estate has been unexploited to its fullest.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “A southern moon is a sodden moon, and sultry. When it swamps the fields and the rustling sandy roads and the sticky honeysuckle hedges in its sweet stagnation, your fight to hold on to reality is like a protestation against a first waft of ether.”

A southern moon is a sodden moon, and sultry. When it swamps the fields and the rustling sandy roads and the sticky honeysuckle hedges in its sweet stagnation, your fight to hold on to reality is like a protestation against a first waft of ether.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Other people’s ideas of us are dependent largely on what they’ve hoped for.”

Other people’s ideas of us are dependent largely on what they’ve hoped for.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “We grew up founding our dreams on the infinite promise of American advertising.”

We grew up founding our dreams on the infinite promise of American advertising.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “There’s nothing on earth to do here but look at the view and eat. You can imagine the result since I do not like to look at views.”

There’s nothing on earth to do here but look at the view and eat. You can imagine the result since I do not like to look at views.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I can’t read or sleep. Without hope or youth or money I sit constantly wishing I were dead.”

I can’t read or sleep. Without hope or youth or money I sit constantly wishing I were dead.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Father said conflict develops the character.”

Father said conflict develops the character.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “I suppose all we can really share with people is a taste for the same kinds of weather.”

I suppose all we can really share with people is a taste for the same kinds of weather.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Spinach and champagne. Going back to the kitchens at the old Waldorf. Dancing on the kitchen tables, wearing the chef’s headgear. Finally, a crash and being escorted out by the house detectives.”

Spinach and champagne. Going back to the kitchens at the old Waldorf. Dancing on the kitchen tables, wearing the chef’s headgear. Finally, a crash and being escorted out by the house detectives.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Anything incomprehensible has a sexual significance to many people under thirty-five.”

Anything incomprehensible has a sexual significance to many people under thirty-five.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “We grew up founding our dreams on the infinite promise of American advertising. I still believe that one can learn to play the piano by mail and that mud will give you a perfect complexion.”

We grew up founding our dreams on the infinite promise of American advertising. I still believe that one can learn to play the piano by mail and that mud will give you a perfect complexion.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Millie Beggs, by the time she was forty-five, had become an emotional anarchist.”

Millie Beggs, by the time she was forty-five, had become an emotional anarchist.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Nothing annoys me more than having the most trivial action analyzed and explained.”

Nothing annoys me more than having the most trivial action analyzed and explained.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Why do we spend years using up our bodies to nurture our minds with experience and find our minds turning then to our exhausted bodies for solace?”

Why do we spend years using up our bodies to nurture our minds with experience and find our minds turning then to our exhausted bodies for solace?

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “One illusion is as good as another.”

One illusion is as good as another.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “People are like almanacs, Bonnie – you never can find the information you’re looking for, but the casual reading is well worth the trouble.”

People are like almanacs, Bonnie – you never can find the information you’re looking for, but the casual reading is well worth the trouble.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “Nobody has ever been able to experience what they have thoroughly understood – or understand what they have experienced until they have achieved a detachment that renders them incapable of repeating the experience.”

Nobody has ever been able to experience what they have thoroughly understood – or understand what they have experienced until they have achieved a detachment that renders them incapable of repeating the experience.

— Zelda Fitzgerald


Zelda Fitzgerald Quote: “They hadn’t much faith in travel, nor a great belief in a change of scene as a panacea for spiritual ills; they were simply glad to be going.”

They hadn’t much faith in travel, nor a great belief in a change of scene as a panacea for spiritual ills; they were simply glad to be going.

— Zelda Fitzgerald

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