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F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896 – 1940)

Nationality: American Periods: American: 20th Century

American novelist, author of The Great Gatsby, The Beautiful and the Damned, and the unfinished Last Tycoon

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The Great Gatsby

Tender Is the Night

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Biographical sites about F. Scott Fitzgerald

A Brief Life of Fitzgerald
The quote “The dominant influences on F. Scott Fitzgerald were aspiration, literature, Princeton, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, and alcohol” begins this biographical sketch of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Contains: Commentary, Sketch
Keywords: F. Scott Fitzgerald, life, history, biography
A Fitzgerald Capsule History
This site, made by Minnesota Public Radio, commemorating Fitzgerald’s 100th birthday, provides a chronology of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s life.
Contains: Timeline
Keywords: F. Scott Fitzgerald, life, history, biography
A Fitzgerald Chronology
This site provides a chronology of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s life.
Contains: Timeline
Keywords: F. Scott Fitzgerald, life, history, biography
Fitzgerald’s Obituaries
Fitzgerald’s obituaries were mixed. There was a general tendency to associate him with the excesses of the Twenties. The respectful obituaries expressed a sense of regret for Fitzgerald’s failure to fulfill his promise. None of the assessments predicted that Fitzgerald would be accorded a safe place among the greatest American authors.”
Contains: Obituary
The Fitzgeralds
This site primarily contains biographical information about F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald.
Contains: Extensive Bio, Timeline, Webliography, Works List
Author: Professor Ruth Prigozy

Other sites about F. Scott Fitzgerald

Authors on Fitzgerald: How others past and present view the man and his works
This site contains quotes from other famous authors about F. Scott Fitzgerald. Some of these authors include Ernest Hemmingway, T. S. Eilot, and Dorothy Parker.
Contains: Commentary
F. Scott Fitzgerald Bibliographies
This site contains links to “F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Publications,” “Principal Works About F. Scott Fitzgerald,” and “Works by Zelda Fitzgerald.”
Contains: Bibliography, Works List
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary
Sponsored by the Board of Trustees of the University of South Carolina this comprehensive site includes links to works by F. Scott and Zelda Fitgerald, voice and film clips, quotations, and scrapbook, articles and critisim and more.
Contains: Criticism, Commentary, Pictures, Timeline, Full Bio, Works List, Bibliography, Webliography
Author: J. Baughman
Fitzgerald: Voice and Film Clips
This site contains sound files of F. Scott Fitzgerald speaking and a film clip of him as well.
Contains: Interview

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013