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contents page Contents Series Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction Timeline Chapter 1 The Early Years: St. Paul and Newman Academy (1896-1913) Chapter 2 Princeton University: Promise and Disappointment (1913-1917) Chapter 3 War and Love: Zelda, the Dream Girl (1917-1920) Chapter 4 Early Success: This Side of Paradise and The Jazz Age (1920-1922) Chapter 5 Long Island and The Great Gatsby: "what a grotesque thing a rose is." (1922-1925) Chapter 6 Building Toward the Crash: The End of The Twenties and Zelda's First Breakdown (1925-1930) Chapter 7 Struggling to Endure: Tender is the Night and the Disintegration of a Marriage (1930-1934) Chapter 8 The Crack-Up Period: Fitzgerald Hits Bottom (1934-1937) Chapter 9 Trying to Resurrect the Dream: Hollywood, Sheilah Graham, and The Love of the Last Tycoon (1937-1940) Chapter 10 The Comeback: F. Scott Fitzgerald's Place in American Literature (1940-the Present) Appendix: The Published Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald Further Reading Index About the Author
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Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940.
Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography.