In Memory of Scott Fitzgerald: II

O'Hara, John; Schulberg Jr., Budd
March 1941
New Republic;3/3/41, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p311
Presents information on Scott Fitzgerald, a U.S. author. Opinion of Fitzgerald being a literary genius; Notion of Fitzgerald being over-conscientious about his intelligence; Recognition of Fitzgerald being one of the most generous artists, professionally; Importance of passing on the richness of Fitzgerald's literature to the coming generations; Comments on some of Fitzgerald's books like, "This Side of Paradise"; Appreciation of the works of Fitzgerald by the author.


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