Fitzgerald went from epitome of the jazz age to burnt-out drunk.

Book review: imagining F. Scott Fitzgerald’s twilight years

American novelist Stewart O'Nan chronicles Fitzgerald's desperate end, when his jazz age fame was a distant memory, his wife was in a sanatorium and his alcoholism had ruined his health

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Fitzgerald went from epitome of the jazz age to burnt-out drunk.
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