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  • It is a mark of arrival to know that the title of Fitzgerald's novel "Tender Is the Night" refers to Keats's "Ode to a Nightingale" or that the title of Stanley Kubrick's 1957 film "Paths of Glory" alludes to Thomas Gray's wildly popular 18th-century "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard."

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  • He used to go by Fitzgerald's house on the way to school.

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  • Scott Fitzgerald's assertion, had a pretty good second act.

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  • Really the best she can do with Wharton is to celebrate her prodigious output (more prodigious than Hemingway's or Fitzgerald's) and her avoidance of "booze-fueled antics," and in discussing Wharton's great book The House of Mirth she can give us only this lame account:

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  • Curiously, Torrance claims that "The closest thing to a modernist book on the list is Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby," when in fact The Top Ten includes both Proust's In Search of Lost Time and Nabokov's Lolita.

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  • Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark had an up-close view, from behind, of Fitzgerald's go-ahead touchdown.

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  • Fitzgerald's earliest works depend on fantastic elements.

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  • Members of Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald's staff bounced ideas off one another and the Legislature's attorneys for days about how to penalize the Senate Democrats for leaving and pressure them to return, according to records released Wednesday by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.

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  • The drama is an enactment of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" in which the entire text of the novel is read out loud.

    The Show Must Go On (and On)

  • As he reads aloud, his co-workers slowly morph into characters from the novel, reading Fitzgerald's dialogue as lines, while he transforms into the book's narrator, Nick Carraway.

    The Show Must Go On (and On)

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