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F. Scott Fitzgerald

And then, one fairy night, May became June. ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender is the Night. (Scribner; Reprint edition July 1, 1995) Originally published 1934.

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2 thoughts on “F. Scott Fitzgerald

  1. I enjoy this comment, because it reminds me of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream. It also reminds me of the summer solstice, as well as the spring equinox. Whenever I picture these dates, I imagine tiny fairies coming out from their hiding places to celebrate the changing of seasons.

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