F. Scott Fitzgerald

Standard Name: Fitzgerald, F. Scott


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Friends, Associates Gertrude Stein
Over the years, the old crowd had begun to disperse and the Saturday evening salons were frequented more by writers and less by artists. Although GS had published only a few volumes and had often...
Friends, Associates Natalie Clifford Barney
By the 1920s the salon attracted an impressive array of prominent writers, artists, and intellectuals, including Paul Valéry , Colette , Jean Cocteau , Gabriele D'Annunzio , Rabindranath Tagore , Ernest Hemingway , F. Scott
Friends, Associates Sylvia Beach
Among the first subscribers were Thérèse Bertrand (later Fontaine) , André Gide , Dorothy and Ezra Pound , and Gertrude Stein .
Beach, Sylvia. Shakespeare and Company. Harcourt, Brace.
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With the loyal support of French literary figures such as Valery Larbaud
Intertextuality and Influence Ali Smith
Reviewer Sophie Ratcliffe observed an overarching tree motif in the volume, with May featuring a character who falls in love with a tree and The Shortlist Season seeing a visitor to an art gallery being...
Intertextuality and Influence Willa Cather
This novel poses a challenge both to contemporary and to later conventions of gender morality—a fact reflected in the tendency of commentators to liken it to Flaubert 's Madame Bovary,
Cather, Willa. A Lost Lady. Virago.
than which it...
Literary responses Aldous Huxley
This book laid the foundation for AH 's reputation for cynicism and wit.
Parker, Peter, editor. A Reader’s Guide to Twentieth-Century Writers. Oxford University Press.
Drabble, Margaret, and Jenny Stringer, editors. The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford University Press.
One admirer of his wit, F. Scott Fitzgerald , called it the highest point so far attained by Anglo-Saxon sophistication.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Publishing Aldous Huxley
Though AH had a sturdy relationship with his book publisher—he renewed his three-year contract with Chatto and Windus in 1941 for the seventh time—his film work during the war years was freelance. In 1939, before...
Reception Radclyffe Hall
The Well of Loneliness was also prosecuted for obscenity in the United States. There RH received support from writers including Ernest Hemingway , F. Scott Fitzgerald , Sinclair Lewis , Ellen Glasgow , Edna St Vincent Millay
Textual Features Helen Dunmore
Her allusions often require some decoding (in The marshalling yard it is women, not cows, who board the cattle trucks).
Dunmore, Helen. Short Days, Long Nights. Bloodaxe Books.
HD likes to rewrite traditional stories, including Bible stories: in Annunciation off East Street...
Textual Production Helen Dunmore
HD 's many other writings include reviews (of both poetry and fiction), introductions (to the poems of Emily Brontë , the stories of D. H. Lawrence and F. Scott Fitzgerald , and a study of...


16 September 1919: This Side of Paradise, the first novel by...

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16 September 1919

This Side of Paradise, the first novel by the not yet twenty-four-old F. Scott Fitzgerald (titled from a poem by Rupert Brooke ), was accepted for publication by Scribner's .
Borne Back Daily. http://borneback.com/ .
16 September 2010, 16 September 2011

1920: F. Scott Fitzgerald published Bernice Bobs...

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F. Scott Fitzgerald published Bernice Bobs Her Hair, reflecting the 1920s trend in hairstyles.

10 April 1925: US author F. Scott Fitzgerald published his...

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10 April 1925

US author F. Scott Fitzgerald published his novelThe Great Gatsby, which probes the consequences of success in the competitive pursuit of the great American dream. Zelda Fitzgerald came up with the title for...

12 April 1934: US novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald published...

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12 April 1934

US novelistF. Scott Fitzgerald published Tender is the Night (titled with words from Keats 's Ode to a Nightingale).
Borne Back Daily. http://borneback.com/ .
12 April 2013

15 April 2003: Iranian academic Azar Nafisi published Reading...

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15 April 2003

Iranian academic Azar Nafisi published Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books, a remarkable work of social and political commentary intertwined with and expressed through literary criticism.


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