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Wrote "This Side of Paradise" in 1920
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Wrote "The Beautiful and The Damned" in 1922
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Wrote "Tender Is The Night" in 1934
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Wrote "The Last Tycoon" in 1941
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Wrote the short story collection "Flappers and Philosophers" in 1920
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Wrote the short story collection "Tales of the Jazz Age" in 1922
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Wrote the short story collection "All Sad Young Men" in 1926
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"All Sad Young Men" contained the short story "WInter Dreams"
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Wrote the short story collection "Taps at Reveille" in 1935
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Fitzgerald's mom was an irish immigrant
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His father was a wicker furniture salesman
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He grew up in an upper middle class environment
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He wrote detective stories in highschool
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His stories in highschool were published in the school newspaper
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He dropped out of Princeton University to join the army
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His wife Zelda was considered the quintessential southern belle
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His wife was born in 1900
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His wife was born in Montgomery, ALabama
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His wife was the youngest of six children
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Because his stories were published in the school paper, this encouraged him to prusue writing instead of academics
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When he was 21 he submitted his first novel for publication
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It wasn't until his first publication came out that zelda married him
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Met Zelda when he was staioned near Montgomery, Alabama
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Zelda was a flapper (a free- thinking woman, with the world at her disposal)
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Zelda was a ballerina
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