Fitzgerald, F. Scott
'Til Death Do Us Part: Falling Apart
F. Scott Fitzgerald died from a heart attack on December 21, 1940. However, many events intervened in the years since their first meeting to create a rift that caused them to be less friendly for some years before death finally seperated them.
F. Scott Fitzgerald Quotes
F. Scott Fitzgerald is an American writer, known for works like The Great Gatsby, Tender is the Night--along with other novels and short stories. Here are a few quotes from the life and works of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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.
F.S. Fitzgerald (Francis Scott Fitzgerald) Biography
(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.
Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald
Who was Ernest Hemingway? F. Scott Fitzgerald? We hardly need to ask. They are several of the greatest writers of the 20th century, and will be remembered for their very different contributions to literature. But, these two men were also friends.
The Rise and Fall of a Literary Friendship
In "Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald," Scott Donaldson draws from a career in the study of Hemingway and Fitzgerald to create a complete story of the friendship between the two men. He writes about the triumphs they shared, along with all of the obstacles that intervened through the years to drive the men apart: alcohol, money, jealousy, and all.