How can you go about finding out ‘who you really are’ if the whole idea is a cultural fabrication?
What I’d Die for You tells us about Fitzgerald’s troubled final years. And how he turned personal tragedy into his best work.
The American icon was always meant to be a novelist, never a screenwriter.
With the writers we read again and again, our interpretation of their stories and legacies tends to change over time.
On Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and the sexual anxiety of the Lost Generation for The Paris Review
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