The unending fascination of F. Scott Fitzgerald lies partly in the fact that his tragic life was like the plots of his own novels. This book looks at the facts of Fitzgerald's short life and offers insights into the subtle way actual events were transformed and woven into the novels.
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Another entry in the publisher's revived "Literary Lives" series, this like the other portraits in the line provides a quick lay biography of the great Fitzgerald, with plenty of monochrome photos to buttress the text. Though not in the same league as in-depth biographies by Matthew Bruccoli and others, this nonetheless offers the reader a brief yet well-informed take on Scott's life and work.
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Attractive text-and-photograph format . . . both authoritative and interesting. -- National Public Radio
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Book Description Thames & Hudson, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: New. First. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0500260249
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