Much like Jay Gatsby, I own a library of books I’ve never read. Not that I know that, I’ve not read F. Scott Fitzgerald’s opus. Nor have I Tolstoy’s, so I fear it’s time to wage war on my own hubris.
Today, “serial pest” Nelly Yoa fronted court in a Rolls Royce, flanked by actors posing as bodyguards. So who is he? He’s no-one. He’s everyone.
F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald are the subjects of this weeks KWYG. Move over Bey, these two gave a whole new meaning to “Drunk in Love.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ode to the excess of the Jazz Age, Tender is the Night, is a character-driven odyssey, sitting by Mat Drogemuller’s bedside table, that cannot be resisted.