The Integral Short Stories

F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald

(1896 - 1940)


It is not common knowledge that F. Scott Fitzgerald, perhaps best known for his American classic _The Great Gatsby_, in fact wrote more short stories than he did novels. Arguably the most notable of these is “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” which - appealing to a universal human desire to preserve youth - documents the life of a man aging backwards; the short story was later made into a movie of the same name, starring Brad Pitt. But Fitzgerald’s study of the nature of youth and the transience of life doesn’t end here; in fact, many of his short stories comprise these same themes. 

This new ebook collection, _F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Integral Short Stories_, offers the Fitzgerald enthusiast a complete anthology of the author’s short stories - from the most well-known to the most rare - while also offering the casual reader an approachable introduction to the distinct and influential voice of this groundbreaking writer.



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