Teaching Resources

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Teaching Resources

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There are myriad sites that provide information on and critical analysis of the works by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Digital texts of short stories and early works written for The Saturday Evening Post can be read online. The links presented here will take you to other sites.

Primary Sources

The Bartleby e-text of This Side of Paradise.

E-Texts of short stories, including introductions and original Saturday Evening Post illustrations and other artwork:

E-texts of Fitzgerald’s earliest writing:

Juvenilia & Apprenticeship Writings: A Luckless Santa Claus; Marching Streets; The Pierian Springs and the Last Straw; Princeton—The Last Day; Sentiment—and the Use of Rouge; The Staying Up All Night.

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