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As for anthropologist Margaret Mead's quaint notions that a primitive society untainted by Christian teachings naturally produces a paradise of guiltless and unjealous free love have been discredited, and her supporting documentation revealed to be an utter fraud.
He adds, finally, "there is no possible conflict between the books but there has always been a subtle struggle between Ernest and Zelda, and any apposition might have curiously grave consequences - curious, that is, to unjealous men like you and me" (1994, 219).