- Winter Dreams F. Scott Fitzgerald's Life
- The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald,
- F. Scott Fitzgerald A Collection of Critical Essays, 1963 Online.
- What I Think and Feel at 25 by F. Scott
Winter Dreams F. Scott Fitzgerald's Life
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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald,
, which had just arrived in the mail, when suddenly he rose from his armchair, reached out for a marble mantelpiece, and collapsed onto the floor in a massive heart attack. A later examination of the chocolate-smudged pages of the magazine revealed that Fitzgerald (find several of his works in our Free Audio Books and Free e Books collections) had been interested in an article about the 1940 Princeton football team, jotting down a roster of former players in the margin and drawing a line around this mundane passage: “Faced with such men as Reagan [a Penn player], Arico of Dartmouth, Willoughby of Yale, or Mazur of Army, a player has his work cut out for him.
F. Scott Fitzgerald A Collection of Critical Essays, 1963 Online.
Scott Fitzgerald’s third book, stands as the supreme achievement of his career.
What I Think and Feel at 25 by F. Scott
Scott Fitzgerald wrote once that there are no second acts in American lives—which proves, perhaps, only that there are no second acts in American aphorisms.
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