April 20, 2014
"It seems to me that on one page I recognized a portion of an old diary of mine which mysteriously disappeared shortly after my marriage, and, also, scraps of letters which, though considerably edited, sound to me vaguely familiar. In fact, Mr. Fitzgerald (I believe that is how he spells his name) seems to believe that plagiarism begins at home."

—Zelda Fitzgerald, in a review of her husband’s book in 1922 (via trishahaddad)

Reminder that F. Scott Fitzgerald stole his wife’s writing, many times, while suppressing her works. See “Save Me the Waltz”, which he forced her to revise so that he could use parts of it in his own book “Tender Is the Night”. And which author do we study in school?

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I didn’t know this.

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He also encouraged her to have affairs so he could use that for inspiration, and when she wanted to leave him for a man she fell in love with, he locked her in their house and wouldn’t let her leave.

When she wanted to publish “Save me the Waltz,” Fitzgerald wrote in his diary about DELIBERATELY trying to TRIGGER her schizophrenic episodes and making her incapable of fighting that battle.

And Fitzgerald scholars KNOW all this.  They write articles about how it was all okay because in the end, it inspired Fitzgerald to write Great Literature.

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knife his corpse

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NEVER READ ANY OF HIS BOOKS AGAIN. AND READ HERS INSTEAD. CONSIGN HIM TO OBLIVION.

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Fuck I didn’t know this fuck ugh god why fuck ugh

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Yep. All true. Learned about his trifling ass studying creative writing and English lit. at CSU. Didn’t read ONE of her books on high school, yet we’re taught how amazing and talented he was. Makes me sick. xBx

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Um. I thought it was common knowledge that he was an asshole?

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I knew he was an asshole, but not that bad….

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April 20, 2014

lissadragmrs:

Genius? Yes. Psychic? No.

anonymous asked: Allison Argent or Lydia Martin

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April 20, 2014

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April 20, 2014
giantgag-official:

Funny pictures of the day (107 pics) This Teacher Will Have An Interesting Year With This Kid

giantgag-official:

Funny pictures of the day (107 pics)
This Teacher Will Have An Interesting Year With This Kid

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April 20, 2014

inspired by (x) and (x)

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April 20, 2014
klarolinemag:

Pic of the Day: 19  April 2014

This is truly creative. We like this because its takes our favorite pairing and a social network Facebook and makes it into a reality. 

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klarolinemag:

Pic of the Day: 19  April 2014

This is truly creative. We like this because its takes our favorite pairing and a social network Facebook and makes it into a reality.

Read more here: http://wp.me/p43mGo-vs

April 20, 2014

"I was able to curse you…more specifically, your kiss"

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April 20, 2014

tacomaster420:

I’m sick of like 97% of males on the tumblr who use feminism as a social platform and talk about how we aren’t sex objects but sit around and reblog asses all day and try to pass off asking for butt pix as charming. You’re a huge issue and I think you’re disgusting and you truly need to grow up and get a fucking grip.

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April 19, 2014
"The true secret in being a hero lies in knowing the order of things. The swineherd cannot already be wed to the princess when he embarks on his adventures, nor can the boy knock on the witch’s door when she is already away on vacation. The wicked uncle cannot be found out and foiled before he does something wicked. Things must happen when it is time for them to happen. Quests may not simply be abandoned; prophecies may not be left to rot like unpicked fruit; unicorns may go unrescued for a very long time, but not forever. The happy ending cannot come in the middle of the story."

— The Last Unicorm by Peter S. Beagle (via heart-knows-no-shame)

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April 19, 2014
"Great heroes need great sorrows and burdens, or half their greatness goes unnoticed. It is all part of the fairy tale."

— Peter S. Beagle “The Last Unicorn” (via heart-knows-no-shame)

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