F. Scott Fitzgerald Quote

She had an air of seeming to wait, as if for a man to get through with something more important than herself, a battle or an operation, during which he must not be hurried or interfered with. When the man had finished she would be waiting, without fret or impatience, somewhere on a highstool, turning the pages of a newspaper.


The Portable F. Scott Fitzgerald (ed. 1945)

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