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  1. This Side of Paradise (Enriched Classics) by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 2010-09-14
  2. The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1998-04-15
  3. Tales of the jazz age by F Scott 1896-1940 Fitzgerald, 2010-08-27
  4. The Price Was High: The Last Uncollected Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1981-09
  5. The Crack-Up by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 2009-02-27
  6. F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novels and Stories 1920-1922: This Side of Paradise / Flappers and Philosophers / The Beautiful and the Damned / Tales of the Jazz Age (Library of America) by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 2000-08-28
  7. Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F.Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Fitzgerald, 2003-10-06
  8. Tender Is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1996-06-10
  9. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1999-09-30
  10. Some Sort of Epic Grandeur: The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Rev)
  11. F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Biography (Greenwood Biographies) by Edward J. Rielly, 2005-10-30
  12. The Early Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 2010-06-13
  13. F. Scott Fitzgerald Collection by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 2009-06-30
  14. F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Life in Letters: A New Collection Edited and Annotated by Matthew J. Bruccoli by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1995-05-03

1. F. Scott Fitzgerald: Poems
F. Scott Fitzgerald OneAct Plays - A collection of short plays by Fitzgerald. F. Scott Fitzgerald Quotes - A collection of quotes from his writings.

2. F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) American Writer.
(18961940) American writer. F. Scott Fitzgerald's novels and short stories chronicled the change in social attitudes during the 1920s, a period dubbed The Jazz Age. He is
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  • (1896-1940) American writer. F. Scott Fitzgerald's novels and short stories chronicled the change in social attitudes during the 1920s, a period dubbed "The Jazz Age." He is perhaps best known for "The Great Gatsby" (1925).
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novels and Stories 1920-1922
    At the beginning of his writing career, Fitzgerald seemed destined for unlimited success. In the early 1920s, he was the embodiment and the chronicler of the Jazz Age.
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    (1896-1940) American writer. F. Scott Fitzgerald is known for "The Great Gatsby" and other novels of the Jazz Age. His wife, Zelda, was also a writer; and he based "Tender is the Night" on her boughts with insanity. Read more about F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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    3. Fitzgerald, F. Scott
    Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald's most famous novel, The Great Gatsby, is considered one of the great pieces of American literature.
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    Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald's most famous novel, The Great Gatsby, is considered one of the great pieces of American literature. Named after his distant cousin, the author of the Spar Spangled Banner, F. Scott Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on September 24, 1896, to Edward and Mollie. As a child, Fitzgerald's father took the family from Minnesota to Buffalo, New York, and back to St. Paul as he pursued failed careers. Fitzgerald attended high school at the Newman School in New Jersey, and entered college at Princeton. In college he wrote musicals, humor pieces, and short stories for school publications and groups. Fitzgerald left school in 1917 for the Army where he wrote his first novel, The Romantic Egoist . It was rejected by Charles Scribner for publication, yet praised for its originality. Stationed at Camp Sheridan, near Montgomery, Alabama, F. Scott Fitzgerald fell in love with Zelda Sayre, a judge's daughter. He re-submitted Egoist, was rejected again, and traveled with Zelda to New York to seek his fortune. Unwilling to wait for his success, Zelda broke their engagement. Fitzgerald, determined to become an author, quit his position in 1919 and returned to St. Paul to work on his writing. In St. Paul he began to be published steadily as a short story writer, and a collection of his stories made it to print:

    4. New York City Guide: Fitzgerald, F. Scott
    1896–1940. One of the great American novelists, F. Scott Fitzgerald lived in a squalid one–room apartment at 200 Claremont Street (near Columbia University) and worked for
    Fitzgerald, F. Scott
    One of the great American novelists, F. Scott Fitzgerald lived in a squalid one–room apartment at 200 Claremont Street (near Columbia University) and worked for an advertising agency before he became successful as a writer. He had a remarkable ability to describe the city in glowing terms: “New York had all the iridescence of the beginning of the world,” he explains in his essay The Crack–Up , “…this was the greatest nation and there was gala in the air.” His great novels, including This Side of Paradise The Beautiful and the Damned (1922), and The Great Gatsby (1925), articulated the passions of the Jazz Age and reflect Fitzgerald’s ambiguous relationship with his own success.
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    5. F. Scott Fitzgerald - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    F. Scott Fitzgerald; F. Scott Fitzgerald photographed by Carl van Vechten in 1937 Born Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald September 24, 1896 (189609-24) St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald
    photographed by Carl van Vechten in 1937 Born Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald
    September 24, 1896
    St. Paul, Minnesota
    , U.S. Died December 21, 1940
    Hollywood Occupation novelist, short story writer, poet Nationality American Period Genres Modernism Literary movement Lost Generation Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 – December 21, 1940) was an American author of novels and short stories, whose works are the paradigm writings of the Jazz Age , a term he coined himself. He is widely regarded by whom? as one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century . Fitzgerald is considered a member of the " Lost Generation " of the 1920s. He finished four novels, This Side of Paradise The Beautiful and Damned Tender Is the Night and his most famous, the celebrated classic, The Great Gatsby . A fifth, unfinished novel, The Love of the Last Tycoon was published posthumously. Fitzgerald also wrote many short stories that treat themes of youth and promise along with despair and age.

    6. Ken Lopez Bookseller: FITZGERALD, F. Scott - The Vegetable
    NY, Scribner's, 1923. A play by Fitzgerald, written at the height of his popularity and the last book he published before his masterwork, The Great Gatsby. As a play it was
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    FITZGERALD, F. Scott The Vegetable The Great Gatsby . As a play it was assumed to have a much smaller market than his novels and its first printing, 7650 copies, reflects that: by comparison, The Beautiful and Damned had a first printing of 20,600 copies. Attractive owner bookplate front pastedown; a fine copy, with the spine gilt still bright and the binding tight, lacking the rare dust jacket. All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted. See more items by FITZGERALD, F. Scott

    7. F. Scott Fitzgerald - Der Groe Gatsby / The Great Gatsby - LESELUST-Rezension
    Rezension von Daniela Ecker.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald - Der groe Gatsby
    Originaltitel: The Great Gatsby
    Roman. Diogenes 1970
    204 Seiten, ISBN: 3257201834
    Bei einem Abendessen mit seiner Cousine Daisy hrt Nick den Namen dieses Mannes zum ersten Mal: Jay Gatsby. Der Mann, der dieses groe, von Musik und Licht erfllte Haus direkt neben Nicks kleinem Huschen besitzt, bei dem jeden Abend Unmengen von Leuten auftauchen, um zu feiern, ohne meist den Gastgeber auch nur zu kennen.
    Dafr wird umso mehr ber ihn getratscht. Er soll einen Menschen umgebracht haben, und woher sein Reichtum stammt, ist auch nicht so ganz klar.
    Nick erlebt einen Sommer mit allen Vergngungen der wirklich Reichen - mit Tom, Daisys Mann, mit Gatsby - sie leben ganz nach ihren Launen, ohne Rcksichten zu nehmen.
    Eines Tages uert Gatsby eine seltsame Bitte - Nick mge doch Daisy zum Tee einladen; und er wrde ganz zufllig auch vorbeikommen. Fnf Jahre hat er sie nicht mehr getroffen, fnf Jahre, in denen er nicht aufgehrt hat, sie zu lieben. Seinen ganzen Reichtum hatte er nur fr sie gescheffelt - sie, die damals nicht auf ihn warten wollte, weil er zu arm war....
    Was fr eine Welt entsteht hier vor dem Auge des Lesers! Eine Welt voller Musik, Partys, charmantem, sinnlosem Geplapper, Strmen von Alkohol, Flirts, Seitensprngen, schnen Kleidern, Geld - viel zu laut und schrill, um auf Nuancen zu hren.

    8. F. Scott Fitzgerald - Biography And Works
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) , American author wrote The Great Gatsby When they met again, two days later, it was Gatsby who was breathless, who was, somehow, betrayed. Her porch was bright with the bought luxury of star-shine; the wicker of the settee squeaked fashionably as she turned toward him and he kissed her curious and lovely mouth. She had caught a cold, and it made her voice huskier and more charming than ever, and Gatsby was overwhelmingly aware of the youth and mystery that wealth imprisons and preserves, of the freshness of many clothes, and of Daisy, gleaming like silver, safe and proud above the hot struggles of the poor.Ch. 8 Fitzgerald's own tempestuous relationship with his wife Zelda would be reflected in his many short stories and novels, first serialised in such literary journals as

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    10. Biographie: F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1896-1940
    Tabellarischer berblick ber das Leben von Fitzgerald.
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    24. September: Francis Scott Fitzgerald wird als Sohn des Angestellten Edward Fitzgerald und dessen Ehefrau Molly (geb. McQuillan) in St. Paul (Minnesota, USA) geboren.
    Literaturstudium an der Princeton University.
    Fitzgerald verkehrt in literarischen Kreisen und wird führendes Mitglied des "Triangle Club", einer Theatergruppe der Universität. Er vernachlässigt seine Studien und wird vorübergehend der Universität verwiesen.
    Er wird in den Vereinigten Staaten ausgebildet und stationiert.
    Juli: Er lernt in Montgomery (Alabama, USA) die Tochter eines Richters, Zelda Sayre (1900-1948), kennen.
    "This Side of Paradise" ("Diesseits vom Paradies") wird veröffentlicht. Im Roman verarbeitet Fitzgerald seine Jugend und die Zeit in Princeton. Der erfolgreiche Roman gilt als erstes realistisches Porträt der jungen Generation der um die Jahrhundertwende geborenen Amerikaner und begründet Fitzgeralds Erfolg.
    Hochzeit mit Zelda Sayre. Aus der Ehe geht eine Tochter hervor.

    11. USC: F.Scott Fitzgerald Centenary Home Page
    At the University of South Carolina's website. Includes online texts, biographical and bibliographical information, and much else.
    This page updated 7 January 2002

    12. The Great Gatsby Van Fitzgerald, F. Scott - Studenten . Samenvattingen . Com
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    Loginnaam Wachtwoord The great Gatsby Fitzgerald, F. Scott Geplaatst op Dinsdag 27 november 2001
    EXPLANATION: Jay Gatsby is the name of the neighbour from the narrator of the story. He is also the main person in the story.
    But at the end of the story it appears that he isnt as popular as everybody thought he was; at his funeral only a few people were present. So the title The Great Gatsby could be used ironically.
    AUTHOR: F. Scott Fitzgerald.
    EDITION: Blackbirds, Wolters-Noordhoff.
    NUMBER OF PAGES: 150 pages.
    THEME: The contact with the American dream; a story full of typical aspects of the American life and society.
    PERSPECTIVE: The story is written in the I-perspective. The I-person is Nick Carraway, Gatsbys neighbour.
    TIME: The time that passes by is about a few months in the summer.
    SUMMARY: The narrator of the story lives in New York and is a bondman. He lives on East Egg, next to the great Gatsby. He knows that his cousin Daisy lives on West-Egg with her husband and daughter. There he meets her husband Tom Buchanan and Daisys friend Jordan Baker, a famous golf player.
    He stays for dinner and hears later on the evening from Jordan that Tom has a girlfriend in New York and that Daisy knows about it.

    13. Perspectives On Free And Open Source Software - The MIT Press
    Book edited by Joseph Feller, Brian Fitzgerald, Scott A. Hissam and Karim R. Lakhani. Full text as PDF downloads of each chapter.

    14. Fitzgerald, F. Scott - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
    Town and administrative headquarters of Ben Hill County, southcentral Georgia; population (1990) 8,600.It is located 82 km/51 mi east-northeast of Albany., F. Scott

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    18. A Brief Life Of Fitzgerald
    The dominant influences on F. Scott Fitzgerald were aspiration, literature, Princeton, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, and alcohol. Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul
    The dominant influences on F. Scott Fitzgerald were aspiration, literature, Princeton, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, and alcohol. Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, on September 24, 1896, the namesake and second cousin three times removed of the author of the National Anthem. Fitzgerald s given names indicate his parents pride in his father s ancestry. His father, Edward, was from Maryland, with an allegiance to the Old South and its values. Fitzgerald s mother, Mary (Mollie) McQuillan, was the daughter of an Irish immigrant who became wealthy as a wholesale grocer in St. Paul. Both were Catholics. s inheritance. Fitzgerald attended the St. Paul Academy; his first writing to appear in print was a detective story in the school newspaper when he was thirteen. During 1911-1913 he attended the Newman School, a Catholic prep school in New Jersey, where he met Father Sigourney Fay, who encouraged his ambitions for personal distinction and achievement. As a member of the Princeton Class of 1917, Fitzgerald neglected his studies for his literary apprenticeship. He wrote the scripts and lyrics for the Princeton Triangle Club musicals and was a contributor to the Princeton Tiger humor magazine and the Nassau Literary Magazine . His college friends included Edmund Wilson and John Peale Bishop. On academic probation and unlikely to graduate, Fitzgerald joined the army in 1917 and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the infantry. Convinced that he would die in the war, he rapidly wrote a novel

    19. Fitzgerald, F. Scott Quotes | Quotations At
    There is a reportorial quality in Hemingway's work that is absent from Fitzgerald's fiction. Hemingway's technique—in his early work, at See more., F. Scott
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    - 10 of 12 Results There is a reportorial quality in Hemingway's work that is absent from Fitzgerald's fiction. Hemingway's technique—in his early work, at lea... - MORE There is a reportorial quality in Hemingway's work that is absent from Fitzgerald's fiction. Hemingway's technique—in his early work, at least—was to let the observed detail convey emotion with no authorial analysis. Fitzgerald was more concerned with evoking and analyzing the feeling of an experience than with recording detail. As he advised his daughter, "But when in a freak moment you will want to give the low-down, not the scandal, not the merely reported but the profound essence of what happened at a prom or after it, perhaps that honesty will come to you—and then you will understand how it is possible to make even a forlorn Laplander feel the importance of a trip to Cartier's!" LESS Share Matthew Bruccoli Fitzgerald, F. Scott

    20. Fitzgerald, F. Scott - Astro-Databank, F. Scott Fitzgerald Horoscope, Born 24 Se
    Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of F. Scott Fitzgerald born on 24 September 1896 St Paul MN, USA,_F._Scott
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    American writer, a novelist, screenwriter and short story writer of the 1920s. He set the pace and enjoyed early success as a spokesman for a rebellious generation during the Roaring Twenties. Totally charming with a strong desire for approval, he was always preoccupied with wealth and social status. His stories and novels dealt mainly with the rich whose intrigues and decadence fascinated the middle class. Between 1919 and 1924, he wrote 3 novels, 160 short stories, a play and several articles and films. The son of a salesman and grandson of an Irish immigrant, Fitzgerald came from a good family who were well off until the depression of 1893. While studying at Princeton University, he began writing. It was at this time he began his drinking habit. In 1917, he sold his first poem and left Princeton. In Montgomery, Alabama, he was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in the army. At a country club social dance in July 1918, he met Zelda Sayre, born 7/24/1900. On 4/03/1920 they were married, together setting the pace for The Jazz Age which they epitomized by partying for ten years. Their extravagant lifestyle earned them the reputation of the "darling couple of the flaming youth era." Their only child, daughter Frances, whom they called Scottie, was born 10/26/1921.

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