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Additional Resources for Crazy Sunday by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott, Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A New Collection, Scribner, 1995.

Edited by Fitzgerald expert Matthew J. Bruccoli, this collection contains forty-three of Fitzgerald's short stories. In his selections and introductions, Bruccoli makes a case for Fitzgerald's stature as an important short story writer.

French, Warren, ed., The Thirties, Everett/Edwards, 1967.

Students interested in reading more about Fitzgerald's life and work in Hollywood will be interested in the chapter by Jonas Spatz titled, "Fitzgerald, Hollywood and the Myth of Success." Spatz comments on such works as The Last Tycoon and the Pat Hobby stories, as they relate to the Hollywood phase of the author's career.

Kuehl, Richard, F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Study of the Short Fiction, Twayne Publishers, 1991.

Focusing on eight of Fitzgerald's hundreds of short stories, this treatment explores the evolution of the author's themes, subjects, and structure in his short fiction.

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