Ruth Prigozy, “F. Scott Fitzgerald”

A very scholarly and comprehensive rundown of the author’s life.

Published: 2001, 158 pp.
Obtained via: Library
Date started: 12.23.07
Date finished: 12.24.07
What I liked: It was a concentrated biography with lots of pictures. I love Jazz Age style.
What I didn’t like: In-text citations. Is this a term paper or something?
What I learned: All about Scott Fitzgerald’s feelings of failure, Zelda’s breakdown and their crazy antics. (And that Esquire paid him only $250 per story in the 1930s, when the Saturday Evening Post had paid him as much as $4,000 before.)

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