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Fitzgerald trait - defect resulting in prolongation of clotting tests but seldom causing hemostatic symptoms. Synonym(s): Flaujeac and Williams trait; kallikrein deficiency
Fitzgerald-Gardner syndrome - genetic trait resulting in multiple tumors, osteomas of the skull, epidermoid cysts, fibromas, and multiple polyposis predisposing to carcinoma of the colon.
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That said, A Historical Guide to F. Scott Fitzgerald contains some fine essays and should prove of long-term value to both teachers and students of Fitzgerald's work.
Some Sort of Epic Grandeur: The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald. New York: Carroll and Graf Publishers, 1981.
Baughman's new collection, The Sons of Maxwell Perkins: Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe and Their Editor, a rare contribution to scholarship.
The Correspondence of F. Scott Fitzgerald. New York: Random, 1980.
Correspondence of F. Scott Fitzgerald (New York: Random House, 1980).
Kuehl, J., F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Study of the Short Fiction.
His voluminous personal and business correspondence is collected in several books: The Correspondence of F. Scott Fitzgerald, edited by Bruccoli and Margaret M.
While reading Perfect Pieces, it's ironic to think back to Latham's excellent first book, Crazy Sundays: F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood.
The Notebooks of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1978) was the first complete edition of his voluminous notes.
F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota: The Writer & His Friends at Home
Synopsis: Although better known today for his novels, in the 1920s F. Scott Fitzgerald ranked among the top writers of magazine fiction.