F. Scott Fitzgerald


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United States author whose novels characterized the Jazz Age in the United States (1896-1940)

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The essays commissioned for A Historical Guide to F.
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during the 1920s and early 1930s who befriended and hosted such artists and writers as F.
JOHN KUEHL has done much valuable scholarly work on F.
Although Fitzgerald's four collections of short stories have long been out of print, the best tales are included in The Stories of F.
While reading Perfect Pieces, it's ironic to think back to Latham's excellent first book, Crazy Sundays: F.
Fitzgerald has been the subject of a great many biographical and critical works, notably Arthur Mizener's The Far Side of Paradise (1951), Andrew Turnbull's Scott Fitzgerald (1962), and F.