F Scott Fitzgerald Legacy

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He was known as one of the best writers in American Literature and has written many famous novels during the Harlem renaissance. F.Scott Fitzgerald tried his hardest to live the American dream, although he fell short with his mistakes and the troubles he had in his life. From his early life and through him growing up into a man, all the way until his death, F. Scott Fitzgerald left behind a legacy that we will never be able to forget.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's early life was fairly different from other children. He was born in St. Paul Minnesota, he was the third child, but it was like he was the first, because of his two older sisters passing away before was even born. Fitzgerald began schooling at St.Paul Academy at the age of thirteen this is …show more content…

“In the summer of 1918 he was assigned to Camp Sheridan, outside Montgomery, Alabama. While there he met Zelda Sayre” (Doreski 102). The war ended before Fitzgerald was ever deployed and he convinced Zelda to marry him. “Seeking a change of scenery to spark his creativity, in 1924, Fitzgerald moved to France, and it was there, in Valescure, that Fitzgerald wrote what would be credited as his greatest novel, The Great Gatsby” (Doreski). “The Fitzgeralds decided to settle down long enough to have a …show more content…

Scott Fitzgerald had passed away from the earth he has left a legacy that will last forever. “Fitzgerald published some 160 magazine stories in his lifetime, an extraordinarily high number by any count” (Sickels). He left the earth as one of the best novelist of his time and through his books he continues to live on with us. “Despite his meteoric posthumous rise to the forefront of American letters, the myth of Fitzgerald as an irresponsible writer has endured. In fact, he was a meticulous craftsman—a dedicated reviser who went through countless drafts of everything he ever wrote” (Sickels). He truly loved writing his short stories and novels, which is why they were such masterpieces of

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