F. Scott Fitzgerald
American Author of Novels and Short Stories
April 10, 1925, "The Great Gatsby" is published as the Fitzgeralds (Scott and his wife, Zelda) settle in Paris.
Life in Paris
Scott Fitzgerald had a wife by the name of Zelda and a friend/colleague whom he met in Paris by the name of Ernest Hemingway.
Paris influenced Fitzgerald's writing in many ways, especially during the "Jazz Age."
Some of these influences resulted in heavy drinking, mass short story writing to support himself and tense relationships with people close to him. (i.e. Zelda and Hemingway).
He traveled all over Paris and the community became very familiar with him.
The Fitzgerald Family
Him, his wife Zelda, and their daughter "Scottie."
The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald's most well known book.
Fitzgerald and Hemingway
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.