F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Noun1.F. Scott Fitzgerald - United States author whose novels characterized the Jazz Age in the United States (1896-1940)
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Bruccoli's F. Scott Fitzgerald: Poems (1911-1940) (1981).
-- As she sat in the house where "Great Gatsby" writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda, once lived, a visitor contemplated the famous Jazz Age couple.
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Synopsis: Known as an icon of the Jazz Age, a flamboyant socialite, and the mad wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Fitzgerald has inspired studies of her life and work which focus on her earlier years, and on the myth of the glorious-but-doomed woman.
She takes on the task of explaining Zelda, the distaff member of the Roaring TwentiesAE golden couple, which included her husband, author F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940).
They could, however, be applied to "Z: The Beginning of Everything," a handsome but superficial Amazon series about the life of the fascinating woman who married F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Villa America: A Novel is the unabridged audiobook adaptation of a novel set in the French Riviera during the 1920s, and based on the true-life events that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Tender Is the Night".
THE STORY: For a few precious years, F. Scott Fitzgerald flew high--the success of This Side of Paradise (1920), his years with Zelda, and their youthful, Jazz Age dreams made him the decade's golden boy.
I happened to be reading F. Scott Fitzgerald when my first reviews appeared, and one of his books led to another until I had made my way to This Side of Paradise, from 1920, about Princeton students and their post-student lives.
How do F. Scott Fitzgerald, Sinclair Lewis, and Norman Mailer fare in current speculation about literary legacy?
was inspired to write by F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night.