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  • That he was, in H.L. Mencken's words, "so handsome that he might even have been called beautiful" is ruthlessly exploited by Ms. Fowler, who culminates her tale in a tawdry scenario where, detectivelike, she explains the sudden animosity between Zelda and Scott's best pal, homophobic Ernest Hemingway.

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