There were frequent domestic rows, usually triggered by drinking bouts. Scott Fitzgerald died believing himself a failure.
It tells of his personal relationships as his health declines with various doctors, personal assistants, and a Hollywood actress who is his lover.
Paul in to live off of his mother's inheritance. As the two were leaving the Pantages TheaterFitzgerald experienced a dizzy spell and had trouble walking; upset, he said to Graham, "They think I am drunk, don't they?
Washington D. The novel was published in to glowing reviews. Even the leitmotif of romantic warfare is illustrative, suggesting how the Great War militarized everyday interaction—including the battle between the sexes.
Fitzgerald endeavored to earn a solid literary reputation, but his playboy image impeded the proper assessment of his work. The Last Tycoon remained unfinished at the time of his December 21,death, however. Occasionally he went east to visit Zelda or his daughter Scottie, who entered Vassar College in