Without sin, can we know beauty? Can we fully appreciate the summer without the winter? No, I am glad to suffer so I can feel the fullness of our. Robuck follows her portrait of Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald’s turbulent marriage ( Call me Zelda, ) with another stormy literary portrait—Edna. This fictional account of poet Edna St. Vincent Millay celebrates the life worth lived. fallenbeauty There’s nothing like a good historical fiction.

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Mar 04, Pages. Can we fully appreciate the summer without the winter? No, I am glad to suffer so I can feel the fullness of our time in the light.

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Laura Eeika and the man she loves sneak away from their judgmental town to attend a performance of the scandalous Ziegfeld Follies. But the dark consequences of their night of daring and delight reach far into the future.


Vincent Millay and her indulgent husband hold a wild party in their remote mountain estate, hoping to inspire her muse. Millay declares her wish for a new lover who will take her to unparalleled heights of passion and poetry, but for the fwllen time, the man who responds will not bend completely to her will.

As their complex, often uneasy friendship develops amid growing local condemnation, each woman beatuy forced to confront what it means to be a fallen woman…and to decide for herself what price she is willing to pay to live a full life.

She is a contributor to the fiction blog Writer Unboxed, and she maintains her own blog, Muse. She… More about Erika Robuck.

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Fallen Beauty is a must-read for fans of the fascinating poet Edna St. Vincent Millay to life in all her beauty and insatiability. This is an electrifying read, one that crackles with passion on every page. The book reads like poetry. Dazzlingly written and impossibly moving, this novel is a supernova.


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