Quotes from letters between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Gerald and Sara Murphy

The following quotes from letters between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Gerald and Sara Murphy are extracted from The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1963).

“You are part of our times, part of the history of our race. The people whose lives you’ve touched directly or indirectly have reacted to the corporate bundle of atoms that’s you in a good way.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald to Sara Murphy, August 15, 1935

“I used to think that my sensory impression of the world came from outside. I used to actually believe that it was as subjective as blue skies or a piece of music. Now I know it was within, and emphatically cherish what little is left.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald to Gerald Murphy, March 11, 1938

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