American short-story writer and novelist
Fitzgerald was the leading writer of America's Jazz Age. He wrote four complete novels:This Side of Paradise (1920), The Beautiful and the Damned (1922), The Great Gatsby (1925), Tender Is the Night (1934). Fitzgerald is most known for his novel "The great Gatsby". He also accumulated a considerable collection of short stories.
Life in Paris
Fitzgerald went to France in the spring of 1924 Seeking tranquility for his work . He wrote The Great Gatsby in Paris. Fitzgerald also met and formed a friendship with Ernest Hemingway in Paris. He remained in France until the end of 1926, Fitzgerald made little progress on his fourth novel, a study of American expatriates in France provisionally titled “The Boy Who Killed His Mother.”