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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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No. There is an F. Scott Fitzgerald Award given annually (since 1996, the centenary of his birth) by the F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Conference in Rockville, MD. It is a lifetime achievement award. (Fitzgerald, wife Zelda and daughter Scottie are buried in Rockville.) A Peabody Award was presented…
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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…
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Many characters in the Great Gatsby parralell Fitzgeralds life. For example, Daisy, the women Jay Gatsby has been basing his whole life on, is similar to Zelda Sayre, who would not marry Fitzgerald at first because of his lack of success. To add on to that, F. Scott Fitzgerald lived in Great Neck, …
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First, read the literary work. Find something that interests you about the work and make it the focal point. Make sure that you have information to back up your position.
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Irony, setting, and characterization
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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.
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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 coun…
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In F. Scott Fitzgerald's story "Bernice Bobs Her Hair," the reader is likely to view Marjorie's personality as shallow.
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"The Love of the Last Tycoon," won the Choice Outstanding Academic Books award of 1995.
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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.
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F Scott Fitzgerald's best known work is the novel, The Great Gatsby.
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when its raining their is sexual tension between daisy and gatsby
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The novels of Sinclair Lewis and Fitzgerald say that Americans are materialistic and shallow in the 1920s.
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He did of alcoholism at the age of 44. Fitzgerald tried a number of different titles before he settled on The Great Gatsby.
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with food
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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.
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F. Scott Fitzgerald was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota on September 24,1896.
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Was his life connected to his work?
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He died on the 21st December 1940 at the age of 44.
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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 (s…
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Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 - December 21, 1940)He was forty four when he died.
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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 Tyc…
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he wrote a book called The School of Ragtime
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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.
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Francis Scott Key
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yes, he wrote short stories like Babylon Revisited and Winter Dreams.
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He became a writer to get attention. Hewanted to play football, but he was not good at it. He started his writing in his high school newspaper.
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Fitzgerald based a lot of his writings off his real life, making little changes here and there by using different names of such. He is one of the best known jazz age writers.
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His novel, The Great Gatsby
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He was an American novelist who was really smart and a really cool guy
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his wife had schizophrenia and he was named after his second cousin francis scott key who wrote the star spangled banner lyrics
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the great gatsby, tender is the night, and the last tycoon
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He was a second lieutenant, but the war ended before he was deployed.
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Fitzgerald died at his lover Sheilah Graham's apartment, 1443 N. Hayworth Ave. in Hollywood, CA on December 21, 1940. He is buried, along with wife Zelda and daughter Scottie in Rockville, MD.
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i want to be a textile designer.what to do in 11th.which subject to choose.
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Her last nane was sayre ,(full name)Zelda Sayre
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F. Scott Fitzgerald was an American author, best known for penning the novel The Great Gatsby. He had a sister, Louise.
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Francis was a great man who was an alcoholic and became crazy and eventually died before he could finish one of his novels
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anything alcohol-based, I'm sure.
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More likely his wife. She was institutionalized. Scott was noted for his problems with alcohol consumption.
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He defines the American dream as becoming rich any way one can. In his famous novel, The Great Gatsby, Gatsby becomes famous by illegal means.
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it displayed his fascination with and growing distrust of the wealthy society he embraced
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he thought that love and happines made a good story
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Yes. He attended Princeton University. He dropped out because he did poorly in school and joined the army after.
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Yes. F Scott Fitzgerald is one of the most famous American modernist writers. He is still widely read. The Great Gatsby is one of his most famous novels.
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Judy flirts with Dexter and tells him they should get married.
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I always favoured Janette Oke, Mary Connealy and such. They are Christian authors But that is just my favouring.:) Another Answer: John Steinbeck.
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Winter Dreams is a short summary by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It is assumed that the setting is in Minnesota, then New York.
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The King of the Jazz Age
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ots likke it has a brother
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coined it the jazz age
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Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota
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He had one daughter, Frances Scott Fitzgerald
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F. Scott Fitzgerald was a famous author who experienced both sides of the American dream. During the 1920s, he was young and extremely wealthy, with a beautiful bride whom he loved. Later, his wife turned out to have a mental illness that required hospitalization, and he had spent most of his money …
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QUESTIONS I NEED HELP WITH!!!!!! (Winter Dreams by F. Scott Fitzgerald))) Ok so i was absent for 3 days while my class read this story and discussed it as well. So when i went looking for these questions in there, i could not find them. Maybe i was overlooking them or something but i just couldn't f…
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Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was named after his ancestor Francis Scott Key, the author of The Star-Spangled Banner.
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he was an author and he wrote "The Great Gatsby"
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Ø The most famous contemporary writers who influenced Fitzgerald most significantly were: Edmund Wilson, T.S. Eliot, and Ernest Hemingway
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Jazz Age Fitzgerald looked down upon the 20s as a time of decay and materliasm. He used Gatsby and Tom to show this view. Gatsby showed how no matter how rich you became, wealth could never be yours unless born into it.
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Emily Dickinson's Death is a man in " Because I couldn't stop for death He kindly stopped for me... In This Side of Paradise by F.Scott Fitzgerald, there is a woman character - the Hawaiian queen - who seems to personify death when she appears in front of a company of boys who later go to WWI and di…
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He was 44 when he died.
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He did not, but he was in the army as a captain. WWI ended right before his battalion was sent across the ocean.
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He got married in 1920
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He drank, mostly, while occasionally writing commercial short stories to pay off his ever mounting debts.
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Francis--he was related to Francis Scott Key.
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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.
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The weather symbolizes the mood of the story. For example when Gatsby is waiting outside for Daisy it's storming outside. The mood of this scene is dismal because Gatsby once again looses Daisy to Tom.
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Gatsby vs. the Buchanans East Egg vs. West Egg Old money vs. new money
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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.
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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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Yes, he was Hemmingway's secret lover. There is no definitive proof that Ernest Hemingway was gay (not even secretly gay), bisexual, or just confused about identity in general. There is ample proof that Ernest Hemingway's furious hatred for his mother stems from the bizarre fact that she dressed Er…
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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald was republished for a second time in 1945. It was first published on April 10, 1925; however, due to the Great Depression and World War II, it was was largely forgotten about. In fact, the book was not popular during Fitzgerald's lifetime, selling few than 25,…
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She was committed to a mental institution, which burned and she died in the fire.
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Dramatic Fiction
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The weather helps to add tone and emotion into the moment in the story. for exampleReunion of Daisy and Gatsby it is pouring rain.This shows the awkward, unknowing and unresolved feelings of the past. Then when it is evident that they still have feeling for one another the sun comes outConfrontation…
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F Scott Fitzgerald and Francis Scott Key were 2nd cousins 3 times removed through their common ancestors of Philip and Susannah (Gardiner) Key.
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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.
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