Spanning over 30 years, these letters chronicle Fitzgerald's artistic and emotional development through his own words. What emerges is a picture of the familiar Fitzgerald but also of the writer expressing deep concerns about his art and the man whose relationships with family and friends were often fraught with conflict and insecurity. This comprehensive collection of Fitzgerald's correspondences to family, friends, business associates and acquaintances portrays the man and the writer in a way no biographer could imagine. In his letters can be clearly seen Fitzgerald the literary genius, Fitzgerald the loving husband and father as well as Fitzgerald the sycophant and Fitzgerald the tortured and insecure neurotic.
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