"The Great Gatsby"
by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Sunday, May 16, 2010

F. Scott Fitzgerald


F. Scott Fitzgerald was an author who wrote about the jazz age. His greatest accomplishment was the novel The Great Gatsby. The Great Gatsby was written about the jazz age, and involves tragedy, death, and love. Fitzgerald was born from Irish heritage and was a catholic. He was born in Saint Paul Minnesota, and moved to new york later in his life. He got married and also had children.
Fitzgerald started to manufacture wicker and failed, but moved to New York and became a proctor. He is a great example of how even if you don't succeed at first, you will eventually. He latter became a famous, and world re nound author. And his books went down in history as classics of their age.
Fitzgerald was also a playwright and wrote a play called The Vegetable. He moved to long island to become closer to Broadway. Fitzgerald also moved tyo canada and Hollywood in his life time, but always loved New York the most. And who could blame him!

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  1. Posts need to be about 3 paragraphs. Make sure to tell as much as you can about the author.


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