F. Scott Fitzgerald

American short-story writer and novelist

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He is considered as one of the greatest American writers in the 20th century.

His most famous novels include the The Side of Paradise and The Great Gatsby.

He is also known for his short story Tales of the Jazz Age.


Fitzgerald lived in France from 1924 to 1926, alternating between Paris and the Riviera to seek tranquility for his work.

During this period, he wrote The Great Gatsby in Paris and became friends with American expatriates Gerald and Sara Murphy and writer Ernest Hemingway.