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F. Scott Fitzgerald :: essays research papers
F. Scott Fitzgerald     Welcome to the roaring 1920s The Jazz advance. A finis within time whichthe passive behaviors, beliefs, and purity of the past generations, were tossedaside to compel room for the changes America was about to experience The birthof independent right to vote rights for women, lavishing parties, and where excitementwas to be found in every corner. This was the era in which the people wereconsidered the "Lost Generation," and from this environment emerged a eminentwriter of those times. Francis Scott Fitzgerald.      born(p) to the calm and submissive atmosphere of St. Paul Minnesota, hecame from a personal credit line of highly regarded men and women from his familys past. Hismost noteworthy relative by outlying(prenominal) was Francis Scott Key. The writer of our nationalanthem. Though he was certainly the most famous Fitzgerald, his mother was themost eccentric. Often dressed in miss-matched shoes and had a peculiar behavior,she at one time stared at a womanhood whose husband was dying and said "Im tryingto decide how youll look in the mourning."     "I helped him by encouraging his urge to write adventures. It was alsohis opera hat work. He did not shine in his other subjects. It was the pride in hisliterary work that put him in his real bent." Recalls his St. Paul honorary societyteacher. From that prestigious school he hence traveled and began attendance inPrinceton University. Not a promising student he was often latish to his classes.His excuse was once "Sir-its absurd to expect me to be on time. Im agenius" Though the "Princeton years" we not his most memorable, it providedan outlet for his writing, and talent.     During his lowly year he left Princeton and entered the army in 1917.Though he was never sent to battle for his country, there he began work on theshort story, The Romantic Egoist, which wa s published as This Side of Paradise.Though spurned it later returns as a imitated nationwide sensation. When timeand America began evolving, whence was his work beginning to receive its timeawaited praise. The Jazz Age had arrived By this period Fitzgerald had alreadyfound his love and married the absorbing Zelda Syre. She was an accomplishedwriter, ballet dancer, and painter. Though every one of these qualities werecontributions to her vivid personality, her flaws were seen by many "Herrudeness, selfishness and lack of self restraint She abuses men terribly thencuts and breaks dates with them, yawns in their faces, and they come back formore" recalls Fitzgerald. As the jaded, rebellious " fervid youth" of the new