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Fitzgerald: My Lost City
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Introduction; Part I. Fitzgerald's Selections, 1936: 1. Who's Who - and Why (1920); 2. Princeton (1927); 3. What I Think and Feel at 25 (1922); 4. How to Live on $36,000 a Year (1924); 5. How to Live on Practically Nothing a Year (1924); 6. Imagination - and a Few Mothers (1923); 7. 'Wait Till You Have Children of Your Own!' (1924); 8. How to Waste Material (1926); 9. One Hundred False Starts (1933); 10. Ring (1933); 11. A Short Autobiography (1929); 12. Girls Believe in Girls (1930); 13. My Lost City (1935/1940); 14. 'Show Mr. and Mrs. F. to Number' (1934); 15. Echoes of the Jazz Age (1931); 16. The Crack-Up (1936); 17. Pasting It Together (1936); 18. Handle with Care (1936); Part II. Additional Essays, 1936-1940: 19. Auction - Model 1934 (1934); 20. Sleeping and Waking (1934); 21. Author's House (1936); 22. Afternoon of an Author (1936); 23. An Author's Mother (1936); 24. Early Success (1937); 25. My Generation (1939); Record of Variants; Explanatory notes; Illustrations; Appendix 1. 'Show Mr. and Mrs. F. to Number -'; Appendix 2. Publication and Earnings.

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This volume reconstructs F. Scott Fitzgerald's planned volume of personal essays.

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James L. W. West III is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English at Pennsylvania State University.

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'The result is a wealth of context for these very contemporary essays ...' Peter Shillingsburg, De Montfort University

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