F. Scott Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald says that Tender is the Night is his farewell to the members of his own generation; I hope he changes his mind. He has in him at least one

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A selection of Malcolm Cowley's letters from a masterful new collection.

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Researchers may prove F. Scott Fitzgerald right: Drinking improves creativity

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F. Scott Fitzgerald died 72 years ago today. Read this old review of The Beautiful and Damned.

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Read what John Dos Passos said at the time

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On Screen, 'Gatsby' is Beautiful—and Damned Boring

Five films later, Hollywood still doesn't get Fitzgerald's novel

The book was about class anxieties, not classy parties. The movie, not so much.

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Recently, there appeared two items concerning H. L. Mencken, and I wish that somebody would explain them. Taken together, they don't make sense. Item I. The Modern Library has reprinted Scott Fitzgerald's best novel, The Great Gatsby. It is a book whose unique value has been overestimated by many people, including T. S. Eliot, Rebecca West and its own author, but nevertheless it is a fine piece of work, a sentimental poem to the Jazz Age that I was glad to reread in 1934: It hasn't staled or withered. The item about Mencken appears in the preface to the new edition.

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The Post's list of D.C.'s best books "has the ungainly feel of trying too hard and protesting too much."

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A new study confirms F. Scott Fitzgerald’s observation that the rich really are different.

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How to pan the great works of literature on Amazon? Meet the five varieties of one-star amateur reviewer:

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