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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F. Scott Fitzgerald is best known for his novel, "The Great Gatsby," but while living in this house, he worked on "Tender Is The Night," and she worked on her novel, "Save Me The Waltz." (AP Photo/Beth J.
Caption: Rebels in Love Christina Ricci and David Hoflin are Zelda And F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Amazon Series.
So, in some foreseeable future staging, outside posterity's gate, will there be more (or less) literary mush starring F. Scott Fitzgerald? It is safe to say that Fitzgerald, now and probably then, will remain visible and remembered, epitomized as personifying those glamorous ancient Roaring American 1920s, and will receive posterity's green light, apropos for the creator of the ever-watching Jay Gatsby.
In addition to these outstanding examples of Fitzgerald's short stories, "F. Scott Fitzgerald's Gatsby Girls" is enhanced for today's readers with introductory information by Carol Monroe's editorial notes, as well as two appendices: 'Post-Pages' and 'Illustrators' (featuring reproductions of original magazine illustration for these featured stories).
Meeting F. Scott Fitzgerald tells the story of the great novelist's life and works and the fascinating people who passed through his world like the characters in his novels, which include his signature work, The Great Gatsby, often hailed as “The Great American Novel.”
12 ( ANI ): The Mediterranean Villa that inspired US author F. Scott Fitzgerald's while he was gathering material for his last novel, 'Tender is the Night,' has now been put up for sale.
The nearly eight-minute segment--available on the NPR website--focuses on F. Scott Fitzgerald's time at the Grove Park Inn in the summers of 1935 and 1936 and on Zelda Fitzgerald's ultimately tragic experience at nearby Highland Hospital.
Fool for love; F. Scott Fitzgerald. (reprint, 1983)
The Long Island estate that many F. Scott Fitzgerald devotees believe was the inspiration for Daisy Buchanan's home in "The Great Gatsby," may soon be borne back ceaselessly into the past.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's time in Hollywood has long interested his readers.
Sports, Narrative, and Nation in the Fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald. New York: Routledge, 2008.
When I heard that F. Scott Fitzgerald's fiction would once more be the inspiration for a Hollywood movie, I grew nervous.
--from The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The film adaptation of Fitzgerald's short story, starring Brad Pitt, Tilda Swinton, and Cate Blanchett, hits theaters in December.
A Historical Guide to F. Scott Fitzgerald. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.