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  1. Hemingway, Ernest

Books About F. Scott Fitzgerald
F. Scott Fitzgerald defined the "jazz age" with his colorful prose. His works include: "This Side of Paradise" (1920), "The Beautiful and the Damned" (1922), "The Great Gatsby" (1925), "Tender is the Night" (1934), and "The Last Tycoon" (1941). Read more about Fitzgerald's life...

Books About the Lost Generation
The "Lost Generation" of American writers included: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, John Dos Passos, Sherwood Anderson, Kay Boyle, Hart Crane, Ford Maddox Ford and Zelda Fitzgerald. The term was first used by Gertrude Stein who told Hemingway, "you are all a lost generation."

F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novels and Stories
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. So, in this volume, Jackson R. Bryer presents a collection of Fitzgerald's early works: "This Side of Paradise" (1920), "Flappers and Philosophers" (1920), "The Beautiful and the...

Lost Generation Era - Southern Archives
Brief essay examines the Lost Generation in regard to the lesbian movement of the same time.

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.

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