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F. Scott Fitzgerald

Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 – December 21, 1940) was an American author of novels and short stories. He is widely regarded as one of the twentieth century's greatest writers.

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Francis--he was related to Francis Scott Key.
Yes, but after his wife went insane and was put in a mental institution. He met Shiela Graham at a party and he died of a heart attack while spending a quiet evening with her.
F. Scott Fitzgerald used weather as both an omen and a reflection of the mood of the Great Gatsby. The ominous storms brewing foretell the disaster in the very near future.
to make fun of why people fight. It's a poke at WW1. If you shined a light on why people go to war it's for pretty scandalous, stupid reasons - that's why Andros and Markey hide in shame from the footsteps they hear.
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No, it was a short story, so there's no sequels. Unless you're talking about the TV show, which I don't know about.
  == Shelia Graham - where she lived ==   Shelia Graham was born and lived in London, England until a few years after she married her first husband, Johnny,when she left for New York City. She started her journalism career in NYC. She also lived in Hollywood, California. Later in life she...
In the 20th century, American literature was most strongly  influenced by the naturalist school of realism. For example, To  Kill a Mockingbird was published in 1960.
who is Scott Fitzgerald He wrote 5 novels and a barrage of short stories. Forty-three of his best short stories have been collected in a superb book called "The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald." I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves Fitzgerald.
She died from cancer aged 64. She had four children.
Francis Scott Fitzgerald is probably one of the most famous American novelists of the 20th century. His fame came to rise during the 1920's Flapper Age, in which the economy was booming, social etiquette was rapidly changing, sexuality taking on new terms, and the psychological conscious of the...
In F. Scott Fitzgerald's story "Bernice Bobs Her Hair," the reader  is likely to view Marjorie's personality as shallow.
To criticize the moral decay of American society
"The Love of the Last Tycoon," won the Choice Outstanding Academic Books award of 1995.
He was 44 years old (September 24, 1896-December 21, 1940)
He was eating a chocolate bar and reading the newspaper when he had  a massive heart attack caused by excessive alcohol use. He was 44  years old.
Niall FitzGerald is married
He had one daughter, Frances Scott Fitzgerald
Ernest Hemingway, Scott F. Fitzgerald and Langston Hughes are some (maybe they are the only) lost generation writers.
you have to buy it at he animation shop which is in the shopping center bottom left!
Both were Northerners fascinated by a Southern woman.
Francis Scott Fitzgerlad. He was named after his famous cousin, and subsequently called "Scott."
F Scott Fitzgerald and Francis Scott Key were 2nd cousins 3 times removed through their common ancestors of Philip and Susannah (Gardiner) Key.
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 - December 21, 1940) was an American author of novels and short stories.His greatest novel is thought to be The Great Gatsby which was later made into a film.He is considered to be one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century.
He wrote The Great Gatsby, considered by many a masterpiece, he  received no prestigious awards. The Great Gatsby is widely  considered to be a literary classic and a contender for the title "  Great American Novel".
They are on your home screen/desktop, just like a computer. They may be in your apps, too.
He and Zelda owned a dog (German Shepherd) in the early 20's named Fritz.
This is a highly individual question, as people will have differing opinions, but one of the greatest components of Fitzgerald's success is his use of incredibly eloquent and poetic language to excoriate society: its recklessness and preoccupation with youth, money, and status.
I dont now!where the other 3 are I now where 1 is on the bottem!
There are several stories in which F. Scott Fitzgerald demonstrated the ideas of the modernest period in his stories. Most modernism is defined as a complete rejection of tradition and a hostile attitude of past events. The Great Gatsby exemplifies this quite well.
The Great Gatsby(1925)The Other Side Of Paradise(1920)Tales Of The Jazz Age (1922)The Beautiful and the Damned(1922)All The Sad Young Men(1926)
Look up the date it was published and that will tell you how old it is.
he do alot of books
At an officer's dance at the end of WWI in Alabama.
F. Scott Fitzgerald essentially prophesied the Jazz Age and then became its very essence upon the arrival of the age. When one thinks of of the 1920s, flappers, prohibition, and Fitzgerald instantly come to mind. His masterpiece, the Great Gatsby, is often considered one of the greatest works of...
Francis--he was related to Francis Scott Key.
A Novelist Harlen is the name of a country where the black Americans used to meet in order to organise themeselves , to improove their situation toward the White
Yes, but he took his inspiration from people who were living at the time.
    Is the Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald is famous for several novels that he authored: "This Side of Paradise", "The Beautiful and the Damned", "The Great Gatsby", and "Tender is the Night".
F Scott Fitzgerald's best known work is the novel, The Great Gatsby.
  dexter's winter dreams are that he wants to be successful and he also wants everything to go good between Judy and him.
well, I think that Daisy is not a victim coz the victim should be passive , waiting for the other's reaction....he can't react but he still able to receive reactions from the others ......Daisy is thinking only of her own good ,..... she chosed to not wait for Jay and to marry Tom ...because she got...
when its raining their is sexual tension between daisy and gatsby
The novels of Sinclair Lewis and Fitzgerald say that Americans are materialistic and shallow in the 1920s.
he became famous because of his books
The cast of F. Scott Fitzgerald Slept Here - 2007 includes: Enrique de la Paz as Daniel Jabari Dozier as Gordon Steph Garcia as Blind Date Cara Herbst as Kristin Ryan Kim as Todd Ron Kuriloff as Professor Paul Syracuse as Jake Leigh Thompson as Paul Cash Tilton as Dr. Baumgart
The cast of F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood - 1976 includes: Robert Ball as Short Hobo Susanne Benton as The Starlet Jim Boles as Studio Guard Herb Carter as Tall Hobo Audrey Christie as Helen (The Hostess) Sarah Cunningham as Mrs. Taft Aileen Fitzpatrick as Lurene Julia Foster as Sheilah Graham...
The cast of The Ghost of F. Scott Fitzgerald - 2002 includes: Sasha Andreev as Librarian Alexa Davalos as Bess Gunther Jane Elizabeth Mendez as Sister Charlie Hofheimer as James Powell Jessica Lancaster Mimi McGrath Latarsha Rose Katherine Watkins
The cast of Meeting F. Scott Fitzgerald - 2006 includes: Larry Vanderveen as F. Scott Fitzgerald
Frances Scott Fitzgerald died on 1986-06-18.
F. Scott Fitzgerald House was created in 1889.
F. Scott Fitzgerald Slept Here - 2007 was released on: USA: 18 June 2007 (Frameline Film Festival)
Biography - 1987 F- Scott Fitzgerald The Great American Dreamer is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:Atp
F- Scott Fitzgerald's Head and Shoulders - 2014 was released on: USA: 8 February 2014 (Phoenix, Arizona) (premiere)
He did of alcoholism at the age of 44. Fitzgerald tried a number of different titles before he settled on The Great Gatsby.
The Great Gatsby and The Beautiful and Damned are both novels by Fitzgerald adapted to movies. One of his short stories, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, was recently adapted to the silver screen as well.
F. Scott Fitzgerald was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota on September 24,1896.
Because he was trying to make a statement about what things were  important.
  He was the guy that rigged the World Series in 1919. F. Scott Fitzgerald used most of his gambling characteristics in his character Wolfsheim in the novel The Great Gatsby. Arnold Rothstein was never convicted of a crime as long as he lived. But he died around the age of 46? due to a gunshot...
Was his life connected to his work?
The novel is about maintaining one's illusions through destructive  means.
He died on the 21st December 1940 at the age of 44.
Best known for the Great Gadsby
His most famous work is probably his novel, The Great Gatsby. Wikipedia has a good list of his works to refer to if you search his name, but other prominent works include Tender is the Night, The Last Tycoon, The Beautiful and the Damned, This Side of Paradise, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ...
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 - December 21, 1940)He was forty four when he died.
F Scott Fitzgerald wrote five books. This Side of Paradise The Beautiful and Damned The Great Gatsby Tender is the Night The Last Tycoon*Raksha Cuore*Actually the last one was called "The Love Of The Last Tycoon" but Scotts friend, who finnished it after Scotts death, changed it to The Last...
he wrote a book called The School of Ragtime
He had moved to LA to work on movie scripts and met and fell in love with a writer/critic Sheilah Graham. He died in her apartment from a heart attack on December 21, 1940.
    == she died of cancer at the age of about 64.... ==  
      Yes, they lived together for a period of time, but never married, provided Fitzgerald was still married to his wife Zelda, although institutionalized in a Mental Care hospital.
  The great Gatsby. Which I thought was a rather good book
  tell me when you figure it out
yes, he wrote short stories like Babylon Revisited and Winter Dreams.