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F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Complete Collection

F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Complete Collection F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Complete Collection

Editorial: F. Scott Fitzgerald

Idioma: Inglés

ISBN: 9786050470031

Formato: ePub (Sin DRM)

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Sinopsis

This ebook comprises 5 novels, 1 play, 167 stories, and a selection of miscellaneous writings.Navigation is made easy by an interactive Table Of Contents + Alphabetical Index

Acerca de F. Scott Fitzgerald

Francis Scott Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1896, the son of a salesman, and namesake of his distant relative, Francis Scott Key. While attending Princeton University, he wrote a novel that a Scribner's editor thought good enough to publish, if Fitzgerald would revise it. Fitzgerald, however, was in academic trouble and left school to join the army. Stationed in Alabama, he met and proposed marriage to Zelda Sayre, who refused to marry him until his rewritten novel, This Side of Paradise, made him an irresistible success. Two years later, the Fitzgeralds were leading a furious, booze-fueled social life, and his story collection of 1922, Tales of the Jazz Age, gave the era its name. In 1925, while sojourning in France -- where he befriended Ernest Hemingway -- he wrote The Great Gatsby. But his relationship with Zelda grew destructive, and by 1932 she was in a mental institution and he had descended into alcoholism. Fitzgerald moved to Hollywood to work as a scriptwriter, and died there of a heart attack in 1940.