I’m actually crying because I’m never going to get to meet F. Scott Fitzgerald or Zelda Fitzgerald they influence me so much and they are dead and I’m never ever going to meet them or travel back in time to the peak of their existence I am n e ver
The radical adventures of Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway as they find the answers to the questions of life. Questions such as: Is my dick of adequate size? Am I gay? And, why the fuck am I in Paris with all these fruits?
I tried to find as many links as I could, however, I couldn’t find some links. Please feel free to add any links that aren’t on here, that you can find. :)F. S C O T T F I T Z G E R A L D
This Side of Paradise(1920), Flappers and Philosophers(1920), The Beautiful and Damned(1922), Tales of the Jazz Age(1922), The Vegetable; or From President to Postman(1923), The Great Gatsby(1925), All the Sad Young Men(1926), Tender Is the Night(1934), Taps at Reveille(1935), The Love of the Last Tycoon(1941, unfinished), The Crack-Up(1941), Babylon Revisited and Other Stories(1960), The Basil and Josephine Stories(1962), The Pat Hobby Stories(1973)E R N E S T H E M I N G W A Y
Some of his short stories, The Torrents of Spring(1926), The Sun Also Rises(1926), A Farewell to Arms(1929), Death in the Afternoon(1932), Green Hills of Africa(1935), To Have and Have Not(1937), For Whom the Bell Tolls(1940), Across the River and into the Trees(1950), The Old Man and the Sea(1952), A Moveable Feast(1964), Islands in the Stream(1970), 88 Poems(1979), Under Kilimanjaro(2005)
journals and letters
Dateline: Toronto(1985), The Cambridge Edition of the Letters of Ernest Hemingway(2011)
Tom Hiddleston as F Scott Fitzgerald in Midnight in Paris.
Sherlock HolmesBasil of Baker Street!