found in the New York Public Library:
F. Scott Fitzgerald
in his penultimate year
of financial free fall
, personal literary fruition
and professional literary rejection.
Tells the story of Fitzgerald's penultimate year with rejection from editors and publishers; causing him to not be able to pay for his wife Zelda's stay in the sanatorium, or for his daughter Scottie's college tuition - and touches on what the publishing industry wants or doesn't want, even from proven best-selling authors.
Collected from the Crowell-Collier's archives in the Manuscripts & Archives Division on 42nd Street.
20 pages. Pages are 5.5" x 8.5".
Thu, Jun 2 – Mon, Jun 6
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