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It's remarkable that this important book doesn't have its own page in wikipedia. It's also unique that the author of such a successful book has such a brief biography here. I remember that the biography is well written, and researched, and illuminates a fascinating time and a tragic life in the "jazz age". I have seen that there is criticism of the book having a highly feminist slant. I can't say that was my impression when I read it in 1982. Perhaps someone with a well regarded academic record and the knowledge of wikipedia rules will take another look at "Zelda" and be inspired to add the book to wikipedia.Ern Malleyscrub (talk) 08:38, 29 April 2011 (UTC)