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Scott Fitzgerald.

A critical summary of F. Scott Fitzgerald, with photographs from every period of his life and work.

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  • "A critical summary of F. Scott Fitzgerald, with photographs from every period of his life and work."@en
  • "Presents a biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald with photographs from each period of his life and work."@en
  • "This filmstrip is a study of the life of F. Scott Fitzgerald and an introduction to his major works. F. Scott Fitzgerald is said to have had the most tragic literary life since Edgar Allan Poe. The filmstrip reconstructs the events in Fitzgerald's life which leads to his tragic downfall. It covers his marriage to Zelda Sayre and their domination of the Jazz Age era as the leaders of the "Lost Generation." The filmstrip also shows the correlation between Fitzgerald's life and his best sellers such as "This Side of Paradise," "Tender Is the Night," "The Beautiful and the Damned," and his masterpiece, "The Great Gatsby." Although this filmstrip is not captioned, there is a script and a teacher's guide. CEG, 8-75."@en
  • "Presents a biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald, with photographs from each period of his life and work."@en
  • "A critical biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald, with photographs from every period of his life and work."@en

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  • "Scott Fitzgerald."@en
  • "Scott Fitzgerald"@en