The Best F. Scott Fitzgerald Books in Order
F. Scott Fitzgerald, a literary giant of the early 20th century, is often hailed as the chronicler of the Jazz Age. His novels and short stories capture the essence of the era, delving into themes of wealth, love, and the elusive American Dream.
This article explores Fitzgerald's literary contributions, taking readers on a journey through his most iconic works.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Standalone Novels in Order
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Short Stories and Novellas in Order
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Non-Fiction Books in Order
The Crack-Up (1936)
As ever, Scott Fitz--;: Letters between F. Scott Fitzgerald and his literary agent Harold Ober, 1919-1940
Dear Scott/Dear Max (1971)
A Life in Letters: A New Collection Edited and Annotated by Matthew J. Bruccoli (1980)
Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F.Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald (1985)
A Short Autobiography (2011)
The Thoughtbook of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Secret Boyhood Diary (2013)