by Jean-Luc Guillet
Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald get pleasure from a singular and passionate relationship with Provence and the Riviera between 1924 and 1929. Hyeres, but additionally Saint-Raphael, Cannes, Cap d’Antibes, Good, Vence, Monaco, Avignon, Arles… bear witness to the couple’s extravagent life-style, icons of the jazz age.
From their first summer season keep, which was not but trendy, to the final one with all innocence left behind; between literary successes and suicidal gestures, Scott and Zelda combine in with the Southern French countryside, which totally permeates their work.
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