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Bibliography

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Diorio, Carl, "Valenti Valedictory View an Eye-Opener," in Variety, March 29, 2004 .

Eble, Kenneth, "F. Scott Fitzgerald: Chapter 7: Stories and Articles, 1926—34," in Twayne's United States Authors Series Online, G. K. Hall, 1999; originally published as "Chapter 7: Stories and Articles, 1926—34," in F. Scott Fitzgerald, rev. ed., Twayne's United States Authors Series, No. 36, Twayne, 1977.

"F. Scott Fitzgerald," in Contemporary Authors Online, Thomson Gale, 2004.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott, "Crazy Sunday," in The Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Collier Books, 1986, pp. 404, 410, 412, 415.

Grebstein, Sheldon, "The Sane Method of 'Crazy Sunday,'" in The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald: New Approaches in Criticism, edited by Jackson R. Bryer, University of Wisconsin Press, 1982, p. 283.

"Irving G. Thalberg," in International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, Vol. 4, Writers and Production Artists...

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