F. Scott Fitzgerald quote about love from Flappers and Philosophers - If I knew words enough I could write you the longest love-letter in the world—and never get tired.
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If I knew words enough I could write you the longest love-letter in the world—and never get tired.
 F. Scott Fitzgerald, Flappers and Philosophers (1920). copy citation

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Author F. Scott Fitzgerald
Source Flappers and Philosophers
Topic love writing
Date 1920
Language English
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Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/4368/4368-h/4368-h.htm

Context

“I've been wild for something to do all day. I felt like writing letters, but I didn't have anybody to write to."
"Write to me," said Horace. "I'll read them."
"I wish I could," breathed Marcia. "If I knew words enough I could write you the longest love-letter in the world—and never get tired."
But after two more months Marcia grew very tired indeed, and for a row of nights it was a very anxious, weary-looking young athlete who walked out before the Hippodrome crowd. Then there were two days when his place was taken by a young man who wore pale blue instead of white, and got very little applause.” source

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