Quotation by Zelda Fitzgerald

Women, despite the fact that nine out of ten of them go through life with a death-bed air either of snatching-the-last-moment or with martyr-resignation, do not die tomorrow—or the next day. They have to live on to any one of many bitter ends.
Zelda Fitzgerald (1900–1948), U.S. writer, wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald. "Eulogy on the Flapper," Metropolitan Magazine (New York, June 1922).
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