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Some Sort of Epic Grandeur The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald

ISBN-10: 1570034559
ISBN-13: 9781570034558
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $31.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 656
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.222
Language: English

Matthew J. Bruccoli, Emily Brown Jefferies Professor of English at the University of South Carolina, is the leading authority on F. Scott Fitzgerald and the authors of the House of Scribner.

Illustrations
Note for the Second Revised Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Acknowledgments
Chronology
Taps At Reveille, 21 December 1940
The Romantic Egotist, 1896-1913
Backgrounds and Childhood (1896-1908)
A Summit Avenue Boyhood (1908-1911)
The Newman School (1911-1913)
Spires and Gargoyles, 1913-1917
A Princeton Freshman (1913-1914)
Sophomore Year (1914-1915)
Junior Year (1915-1916)
Another Junior Year (1916-1917)
The Last of the Belles, 1917-1920
The Army and "The Romantic Egotist" (1917-1918)
Zelda Sayre (1918)
New York: Failure and Heartbreak (Spring 1919)
Return to St. Paul (Summer 1919)
The Emergence of a Professional (Fall 1919)
Zelda Recaptured (Winter 1919-1920)
Early Success, 1920-1925
A Famous First Novel (April 1920)
This Side of Paradise (April 1920)
A Jazz-Age Marriage (Spring 1920)
Westport (Summer 1920)
New York and First Trip Abroad (Fall 1920-Summer 1921)
St. Paul and Revising The Beautiful and Damned (Summer 1921)
Birth of Scottie (Fall 1921)
The Beautiful and Damned (March 1922)
Writing The Vegetable (Spring-Summer 1922)
Great Neck and Ring Lardner (Fall 1922-Fall 1923)
Alcohol and the Failure of The Vegetable (1923)
"How to Live on $36,000 a Year" (Winter 1923-Spring 1924)
Second Trip Abroad: Valescure and Betrayal (Summer 1924)
Rome and Capri (Fall 1924-Spring 1925)
The Great Gatsby (April 1925)
The Drunkard's Holiday, 1925-1931
Paris and Ernest Hemingway (Spring 1925)
Paris and Antibes (Spring-Summer 1925)
Paris and Planning a Fourth Novel (Fall 1925-Spring 1926)
Juan-les-Pins (Spring-Fall 1926)
Hollywood and "Ellerslie" (January 1927-Spring 1928)
Third Trip Abroad: A Summer in Paris (1928)
Fourth Trip Abroad (Spring 1929)
Paris and Cannes (Summer 1929)
Paris: Zelda's Collapse (Fall 1929-Spring 1930)
Prangins (Summer-Fall 1930)
Switzerland and Recovery (Fall 1930-Summer 1931)
The Long Way Out, 1931-1934
Montgomery and Hollywood: Relapse (Fall-Winter 1931)
"La Paix" and Save Me the Waltz (Spring-Fall 1932)
Work on Tender Is the Night (Summer 1932)
Competition and Scandalabra (1932-1933)
A Novel of Deterioration (1933-1934)
Publication of Tender Is the Night (April 1934)
Reception of Tender Is the Night (1934)
Baltimore (1934)
In the Darkest Hour, 1934-1937
False Starts (1934)
North Carolina (1935)
The Crack-Up (1935-1936)
Debts (1936-1937)
The Last of the Novelists, 1937-1940
Hollywood (Summer 1937)
Sheilah Graham and M-G-M (Summer-Winter 1937)
Screenwriting (1937-1938)
College of One (1938-1939)
Free-lancing in Hollywood (1939)
Planning The Love of the Last Tycoon (Fall 1939)
Debts and Esquire Stories (1940)
Writing The Love of the Last Tycoon (1940)
Endings (1940)
Consequences
Afterword: The Colonial Ancestors of Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald
Summary Movie Treatment for Tender Is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald and Charles Warren
From Fitzgerald's Ledger
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Publications, Zelda Fitzgerald's Publications, Principal Works about Fitzgerald
Literary Works Published 1913-1940
Notes
Index

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