F. Scott Fitzgerald

NOUN
  1. United States author whose novels characterized the Jazz Age in the United States (1896-1940)
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  • He's taking that flair from the Outback to the economic heyday of the 1920's with his next project -- an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, "The Great Gatsby. With ‘Australia’ Behind Him, Baz Luhrmann Looks To ‘The Great Gatsby’ » MTV Movies Blog
  • The Great Gatsby is one of F. Scott Fitzgerald's representative works.
  • Her most cherished possession is a 1926 letter from F. Scott Fitzgerald.
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) is a famous American writer in the first half of the twentieth century. He is regarded as one of the spokesmen for "the Lost Generation" in American literature.
  • Ehm, maybe frest gump was kinda based on the book “the curious case of benjamin button” by f. scott fitzgerald …. perhpas …. Benjamin Button = Forrest Gump? » Scene-Stealers
  • Tempting as it would be to fritter away weeks living in the style of a decadent dandy from the world of F. Scott Fitzgerald, I thought it fitting to throw myself into university life here.
  • All this in the face of a decline in both profits and prestige in investment banking - one thinks of F. Scott Fitzgerald and his cronies dancing on the edge of the abyss.
  • Born on October 10, 1930, Pinter is a libra/horse – the measured commander, his Sun in Libra/Moon in Taurus – (same as Steve Reich, F. Scott Fitzgerald and M. Antonioni, charming, cultured, determined, good judgment, and patient.) Harold Pinter – A Master and a Caretaker
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