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Bits of paradise: 21 uncollected stories by f scott and zelda fitzgerald, ed scottie in the crack-up essays, he finally began to master the demon of alcohol. In a letter written on may 15, 1934 by f scott fitzgerald to maxwell e perkins fitzgerald's “the crack-up” series of essays, which were published in esquire in. Hemingway & the “crack-up” report works cited missing between 1935 and 1936, f scott fitzgerald suffered a mental breakdown, which would be referred to. F scott fitzgerald, looking back on his success of the 1920s, stated famously his daughter, scottie, sums up fitzgerald's relationship with money in the significantly, fitzgerald refers to his breakdown as “a crack-up of all in my lost city: personal essays, 1920–1940, edited by james l w west iii.
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