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By Kirk Curnutt

Even though F. Scott Fitzgerald is still the most recognizable literary figures of the 20 th century, his mythical lifestyles - together with his tempestuous romance along with his spouse and muse Zelda - maintains to overshadow his artwork. even if glamorous his photograph because the poet laureate of the Twenties, he was once in the beginning an exceptional author with a present for fluid, based prose. This creation reminds readers why Fitzgerald merits his preeminent position in literary background. It discusses not just his best-known works, the good Gatsby (1925) and gentle Is the evening (1934), however the complete scope of his output, together with his different novels and his brief tales. This booklet introduces new readers and scholars of Fitzgerald to his trademark subject matters, his memorable characters, his major plots, the literary modes and genres from which he borrowed, and his inimitable variety.

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