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The Great Gatsby Alcoholism

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Francis Scott Fitzgerald was an American short-story writer and novelist, who is best known for his famous novel The Great Gatsby. St. Paul, Minnesota is where he was first published, at the age of 13. As he went further into his education at Princeton where he wrote screenplays, at the same time his academics suffered due to his devotion to writing, so he joined the Army. During the Jazz Age in the 1920s he was considered one of the most famous authors, therefore, today he is known as one of the best 20th century writers. As a result, F. Scott Fitzgerald struggled with alcoholism after his successfulness of his first novel, This Side of Paradise. He saw his friend, Ernest Hemingway gain success while he lost success. Without choice his career
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