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F. Scott Fitzgerald Links

F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary Home Page - from the University of South Carolina. This is the premier Fitzgerald website. Be sure to explore it thoroughly! Specific links to various pages at this website are included below:
Preface Bibliographies A Brief Life of Fitzgerald
1996 Centennial Celebrations A Fitzgerald Chronology The Collection
Essays & Articles Fitzgerald Facts Fitzgerald Quotations
The House of Scribner Writings USC Press
FSF: Voice & Film Clips The Romantic Egoists What's New?
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The texts of the following short stories by Fitzgerald are online:
The Diamond as Big as the Ritz Winter Dreams The Jelly-Bean
Bernice Bobs Her Hair The Camel's Back Head and Shoulders
The Ice Palace May Day Myra Meets His Family
The Offshore Pirate Also available are Juvenilia & Apprenticeship Writings

Project Gutenberg of Australia: Texts of Fitzgerald's Works
Online Fitzgerald biographies and studies:
More biographies:
Internet Obituary Network Pegasos, lit. site in Finland's Minneapolis/St. Paul site
Owl-Eyes Biography, Etexts from Western Illinois U. site
Columbia Encyclopedia  

Chronologies of Fitzgerald's life:
From Princeton:
Essays by Prof. Bryant Mangum, Virginia Commonwealth U.:
This Side of Paradise:
Flappers and Philosophers:
The Beautiful and Damned:
Tales of the Jazz Age:
The Great Gatsby:
Tender Is the Night:
"Babylon Revisited":
"The Sensible Thing":
"Bernice Bobs Her Hair":
Places To Visit:
Note from the caretaker of this F. Scott Fitzgerald Links webpage:
Dead links were removed on July 30, 2004. New links to webpages of interest regarding Fitzgerald have not actively been sought out for two or three years (longer?) prior to that date. Any new links added since then have been added as a result of suggestions made by others via e-mail. For additional resources these selected Google searches are offered:

F. Scott Fitzgerald Links

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Last revised October 2, 2006.

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