He grew up in a wealthy Irish Catholic family. His father, Edward Fitzgerald, of Irish and English descent, was a quiet and gentlemanly man. The Smart Kid In both schools, he was described as a very intelligent child. Scott developed an early interest in literature.
He moved to Paris inwhere he wrote his third novel, "The Great Gatsby". The Fitzgeralds returned to the U. Named after Francis Scott Keya distant relative. Eight years after his own death, his wife Zelda Sayre died in a fire at the mental hospital where she was institutionalized. Died of a heart attack in Hollywood while writing "The Last Tycoon", a novel that was published unfinished.
His first novel, "This Side of Paradise," was written shortly after attending Princeton. He tried writing movie scripts but was frustrated by the image-based medium, which he had difficulty comprehending as it was so different from the language-based forms of the novel and short-story that he excelled in.
Unlike his great contemporaries Fitzgerald, William Faulkner and John SteinbeckHemingway never wrote for the movies, but he had no objection to selling his novels and short stories to the studios.
He was nominated in the inaugural New Jersey Hall of Fame for his services to literature. He was elected into the New Jersey Hall of Fame for his contributions and services to literature.
The area where the house was is now part of the highway westbound lane. Fitzgerald paid dollars a month rent. Started writing while in college. Their common ancestors were John Warfield and Judith Gaither who were born in the mid s. In his essay "Echoes of the Jazz Age," author F.
Scott Fitzgerald cites Flaming Youth as the only film that captured the sexual revolution of the s. He lamented that its runaway success prompted "Hollywood hacks" to create a number of similar but less daring films and to run "the theme into its cinematographic grave.
A little less rationalize, comment, talk. The man who only asserts himself at 30 has a balanced idea of what will-power and fate have each contributed. The one who gets there at 40 is liable to put the emphasis on will alone.
Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me. They possess and enjoy early, and it does something to them, makes them soft where we are hard, and cynical where we are trustful, in a way that, unless you were born rich, it is very difficult to understand.
They think, deep in their hearts, that they are better than we are because we had to discover the compensations and refuges of life for ourselves. Even when they enter deep into our world or sink below us, they still think that they are better than we are.Biography of F.
Scott Fitzgerald Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was a Jazz Age novelist and short story writer who is considered to be among the greatest twentieth-century American writers. Born on September 24, , he was the only son of an aristocratic father and a provincial, working-class mother.
Sep 21, · Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (known as F. Scott Fitzgerald) was a short story writer and novelist considered one of the pre-eminent authors in the history of. F. Scott Fitzgerald Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald, an author well known for his short stories and novels, was born on September 24th, in Saint Paul, Minnesota to an upper middle class family.
He is widely regarded as one of the greatest writers American soil has produced in the 20th century. A brief biography of beloved American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, born in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
In his essay "Echoes of the Jazz Age," author F.
Scott Fitzgerald cites Flaming Youth () as the only film that captured the sexual revolution of the s. He lamented that its runaway success prompted "Hollywood hacks" to create a number of similar but less daring films and to run "the theme into its cinematographic grave.".
The dominant influences on F.
Scott Fitzgerald were aspiration, literature, Princeton, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, and alcohol. Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born in St.
Paul, Minnesota, on September 24, , the namesake and second cousin three times removed of the author of the National Anthem.