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Bruccoli, Matthew J., Fitzgerald and Hemingway: A Dangerous Friendship, Manly, 1994.

Bruccoli, considered one of the foremost experts on Fitzgerald’s life and work, uses the correspondence between these two authors to analyze their friendship. He documents the progress of the relationship from its amiable early days in Paris in 1925 to its more contentious times in the 1930s, when Hemingway became increasingly critical of Fitzgerald.

Bruccoli, Matthew J., and Scottie Fitzgerald Smith, Some Sort of Epic Grandeur: The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald, University of South Carolina Press, 1981.

This book is considered by many to be the definitive biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald, written by Fitzgerald expert Bruccoli and Fitzgerald’s own daughter. An unsentimental and thorough examination of Fitzgerald’s life, including his alcoholism and his wife’s mental deterioration, the book includes examples of Fitzgerald’s correspondence to friends...

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