F. Scott Fitzgerald
This is the author of The Great Gatsby and one of the author's good friends during this time in Paris.
This is the author's first wife, to whom he is married through the period covered by the book. She is devoted to him and supportive of his work.
This is an author and art collector whose apartment is one of the social centers of the artistic community in the 1920s.
This person encourages her husband to drink and is eventually diagnosed with mental illness.
This is an Irish poet who the author considers one of his good friends.
This is a good poet who does not have the crass ambition to be published that many others have.
This is the owner of Shakespeare and Company, an English-language bookstore in Paris that is the...
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