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Amazon Next Pilot Wave Includes Dramas The Last Tycoon, The In...

Amazon Studios announced two hour-long dramas co-produced with TriStar Television — The Last Tycoon based F. Scott Fitzgerald's final work and The Interestings , adapted from Meg Wolitzer's best-selling novel — along with six kids shows that ... Variety, 5 days ago

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A pen for thought

F Scott Fitzgerald once said, ‘You don’t write because you want to say something, you write because you have something to say’. And to chronicle what they have to say is the ‘Write Club’ that meets every Saturday at 2 ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago F. Scott Fitzgerald Almost Made a Booboo You Can Avoid  Before It's News1 month ago

Wealth, the next generation

The very rich, wrote the novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald, are different from you and me. They also stand apart from their economic peers when they happen to be millennials - those born between the late 1970s to early 1980s, and about 2000. ...
 GlobeAdvisor3 weeks ago The 1 percent unleashed Trump: Savage capitalism has brought us to the brink of apocalypse  Salon3 weeks ago How America's rich betrayed their fellow citizens  ExecReview.com1 month ago How the rich helped create 2016's angry populism  UPI1 month ago
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David Brooks will never get it: After getting Trump and GOP wrong, now he has a new crusade

In his 1936 essay The Crack Up, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote, the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function. One should, for example, be able to see ...
 Salon3 weeks ago There's two sides to every man-hug  Melbourne Age1 week ago Energizing the Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) Argument  Groong3 weeks ago The Smug! It Burns!  Before It's News1 month ago

From Hemingway to Charlie Hebdo

The spell cast by France on American visitors is a familiar literary set piece. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Langston Hughes wrote the defining accounts in the 1920s, implicitly contrasting Parisian bookshops, fine wine, and sidewalk ...
 Commonweal1 month ago What Do Rich People Want?  Huffington Post1 month ago Lessons of the Panama Papers: Yes, the rich are different from us — they stole our money  Salon1 month ago

Trailer: 'Genius'

- In the era of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Earnest Hemingway, "Genius" tells the story of Southern author Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law) and his relationship with his publisher, New Yorker Maxwell Perkins (Colin
 Washington Post1 month ago
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Scarlett Johansson to play 'first American flapper' Zelda Fitzgerald

Getty/Alamy Scarlett Johansson and Zelda Fitzgerald - socialite, novelist and troubled wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Scarlett Johansson is set to play the socialite, novelist and first American flapper Zelda Fitzgerald in romantic drama The ...
 MSN Philippines1 month ago Scarlett Johansson Goes From Avenger To Manga To Zelda  Inquisitr1 month ago Scarlett Johansson Will Be The Latest To Bring Zelda Fitzgerald To The Big Screen  Dime Magazine1 month ago Scarlett Johansson to take on Zelda Fitzgerald role  TV3 Ireland1 month ago
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Short fiction by Fitzgerald, Munro to be issued as e-books

Classic stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald and Alice Munro and lesser known works by Maeve Binchy and Alexander McCall Smith will be among those published in May as stand-alone, 99 cent e-books to mark National Short Story Month. Vintage Books/Anchor ...
 Miami Herald1 month ago

Today in History for April 10th

in history: Peace talks conclude in Northern Ireland with Good Friday agreement; the Titanic sets sail; F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby' published; Comedian Sam Kinison killed.
 USA Today1 month ago World Today in History for April 10th  Mail.com1 month ago

Remembering the work of a difficult genius

Who's this Welles? asks Pat Hobby, the screenwriter-hero of F. Scott Fitzgerald's collection of Hollywood stories. Seventy-five years later, the answer is still up for grabs. Like Thompson, the faceless reporter in Citizen Kane , fans and scholars ...
 Miami Herald2 months ago
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