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F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tense, Unhappy Relationship With Hollywood
"The prime chronicler of the jazz age - a term he coined - came up around the same time that the American movie industry did, and spent much of his career linked with Hollywood. But Fitzgerald's intellectual snobbery and Puritanical prudery made for a strained relationship with the film world, one that began as dismissive and ended as dependent." The Atlantic 05/07/13
Posted May 15, 2013 12:54 AM




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