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F. Scott Fitzgerald on authorship

Author: F Scott Fitzgerald; Matthew J Bruccoli; Judith Baughman
Publisher: Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Assembling letters and notebook entries with articles and reviews written for publication, F. Scott Fitzgerald on Authorship provides Fitzgerald's public and private writings on his trade and craft. The forty-six selections in this volume construct an autobiographical account of Fitzgerald's twenty-year endeavor to maintain careers as a commercial writer and as a literary artist. Offering a clear sense of his
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Genre/Form: Reviews
Named Person: F Scott Fitzgerald; Francis Scott Fitzgerald
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F Scott Fitzgerald; Matthew J Bruccoli; Judith Baughman
ISBN: 1570031460 9781570031465
OCLC Number: 34576697
Description: 203 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The Man of Letters as Professional --
Untitled Review of David Blaize by E. F. Benson (February 1917) --
Untitled Review of The Celt and the World by Shane Leslie (May 1917) --
Untitled Review of Verses in Peace and War by Shane Leslie (June 1917) --
Untitled Review of God, The Invisible King by H. G. Wells (June 1917) --
"An Interview with F. Scott Fitzgerald" (1920) --
"Contemporary Writers and Their Work, a Series of Autobiographical Letters - F. Scott Fitzgerald" (July 1920) --
"Who's Who - and Why" (18 September 1920) --
Public Letter to Thomas Boyd (20 February 1921) --
"The Baltimore Anti-Christ," Review of Prejudices, Second Series by H. L. Mencken (March 1921) --
"Three Soldiers," Review of the Novel by John Dos Passo (25 September 1921) --
"Three Cities" (September-October 1921) --
"Poor Old Marriage," Review of Brass by Charles G. Norris (November 1921) --
"Reminiscences of Donald Stewart" (11 December 1921) --
Dust-jacket Statement for John Cournos's Babel (1922).
Responsibility: edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli, with Judith S. Baughman.
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