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Collects photographs, news clippings, and other memorabilia from the Fitzgeralds' own scrapbooks with excerpts from their writings.

Author: Matthew Joseph Bruccoli

Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press

ISBN: 1570035296

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 244

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Collects photographs, news clippings, and other memorabilia from the Fitzgeralds' own scrapbooks with excerpts from their writings.

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald

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ISBN: 0684149737

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1977-01 By F. Scott Fitzgerald

Author: Scottie Fitzgerald Smith

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ISBN: OCLC:35043103

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Auchincloss's literary output of the years 1954—9 began with a transitional work, the collection of interrelated short stories The Romantic Egoists (1954). Most of the stories had been written in 1953, and reveal a close kinship with ...

Author: Vincent Piket

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349213665

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 258

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1991-06-10 By Vincent Piket

1917 letter to Fitzgerald, Fay suggested calling the novel “The Romance of an Egoist.” Twelve days later, in his 22 Dec. letter to Leslie, Fitzgerald calls the novel The Romantic Egoist. In subsequent letters Fitzgerald and his ...

Author: James L. W. West III

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9781512820942

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 158

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"To write it took three months; to conceive it—three minutes; to collect the data in it—all my life." So said F. Scott Fitzgerald regarding This Side of Paradise, the novel he began writing in November 1917 and published on March 26, 1920. This Side of Paradise launched Fitzgerald as the "Prophet of the Jazz Age" and the spokesman for his generation. It is still one of the major reasons for his fame today. The story of how Fitzgerald wrote and published the book is fascinating. In The Making of "This Side of Paradise", James West studies the inception, composition, publication, and textual history of the novel. He traces its growth from its earliest version, entitled "The Romantic Egotist," to its final published form. Based on preserved documentary evidence—fragments of "The Romantic Egotist," the manuscript of This Side of Paradise, surviving correspondence, and other papers—this volume blends the techniques of biographical, critical, and textual scholarship to tell the story of the making of the quintessential novel of the twenties.
2016-02-05 By James L. W. West III

Author: Scottie Fitzgerald Smith

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ISBN: LCCN:74014012

Category: Authors, American

Page: 246

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Personal snapshots, letters, press clippings, extracts from reviews, and other material from family scrapbooks provide an intimate and definitive autobiography of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.

Author: Matthew Joseph Bruccoli

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ISBN: 0684140861

Category: Authors' spouses

Page: 246

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Personal snapshots, letters, press clippings, extracts from reviews, and other material from family scrapbooks provide an intimate and definitive autobiography of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald

Author: Matthew Joseph Bruccoli

Publisher: Bruccoli-Clark Layman

ISBN: 0897230507

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 244

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Personal snapshots, letters, press clippings, extracts from reviews, and other material from family scrapbooks provide an intimate and definitive autobiography of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald
1985-07-01 By Matthew Joseph Bruccoli

155 FITZGERALD'S LATEST Clipping from Ralegh NC News, pasted into the Fitzgeralds' scrapbook, repr. in The Romantic Egoists, ed. Matthew J. Bruccoli, Scottie Fitzgerald Smith and Joan P. Kerr (1974), p. 96. This handsome folio volume ...

Author: Jonathan Bate

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300256574

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 432

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An immensely pleasurable biography of two interwoven, tragic figures: John Keats and F. Scott Fitzgerald
2021-09 By Jonathan Bate

And, like the early Teufelsdrockh, the young poet is a self-conscious Romantic egoist whose thoughts revolve around himself and his painful loss. His mad addresses to the dead Shelley, like his mad addresses to the dead Pauline, ...

Author: Rolf P. Lessenich

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

ISBN: 9783862349869

Category: History

Page: 437

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Die europäische Romantik war nicht nur heterogen und intern zerstritten. Sie hatte sich auch gegen Aufklärung und Klassizismus zu verteidigen, welche um die Zeit der Französischen Revolution weiterlebten. Klassizisten betrachteten die Romantik als Anhäufung abtrünniger »neuer Schulen«, die das Monopol der Classical Tradition bedrohten. Die erbitterten Debatten in Ästhetik und Politik wurden auf beiden Seiten mit den überkommenen Strategien der klassischen »ars disputandi« geführt. Unter schwerstem satirischem Beschuss begann die Romantik, sich als eine Bewegung zu begreifen, und es entstand der problematische Gegensatz von »klassisch« und »romantisch«. Diese Konstruktion war aber unverzichtbar, um die Fronten im Wirrwarr der Stimmen zu klären, und blieb es auch in der Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft, die auf solche Subsumptionen nicht verzichten kann. Die Classical Tradition, die das Christentum einschließt, erweist sich als ein laufender Prozess von der Antike bis heute.
2012-08-15 By Rolf P. Lessenich