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Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald a fost un scriitor american. Este considerat a fi unul din cei mai mari scriitori ai secolului douăzeci.
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Titlul: The Great Gatsby (Marele Gatsby)
Autor: F. Scott Fitzgerald
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F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) was the American writer. He traveled extensively in Europe and met many of the other well-known modernist writers. Among other things, he had a friendship with Ernest Hemingway.
Fitzgerald was married to Zelda Sayre and they had an expensive lifestyle with many parties, which in some places are reflected in The Great Gatsby. However, Fitzgerald's writing was only successful in periods, so in practice, he often ended up making debt to maintain the couple's lifestyle. This meant that Fitzgerald was often forced to delay his work with novels (which was his great passion), instead focusing on producing poorer quality short stories, which could be more quickly sold to various journals and made more money in relation to the work effort.
Fitzgerald was an alcoholic throughout most of his life, and his alcohol problem only worsened through the twenties and thirties. In 1940 he died of a heart attack, only 44 years old.
The Great Gatsby received a mixed reception in the present, but today is Fitzgerald's most famous and popular novel. For example, it came second in Modern Library's top 100 over English-language novels of the 20th century (surpassed only by Ulysses by James Joyce).