The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald


The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald

and a preface written by Bruccoli, after which the stories follow in chronological order of publication.

List of stories included

*Head and Shoulders (Feb. 1920)
*Bernice Bobs Her Hair (May 1920)
*The Ice Palace (May 1920)
*The Offshore Pirate (May 1920)
*May Day (July 1920)
*The Jelly-Bean (Oct. 1920)
*The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (May 1922)
*The Diamond as Big as the Ritz (June 1922)
*Winter Dreams (Dec. 1922)
*Dice, Brassknuckles, & Guitar (May 1923)
*Absolution (June 1924)
*Rags Martin-Jones and the Pr-nce of W-les (July 1924)
*The Sensible Thing (July 1924)
*Love in the Night (Mar. 1925)
*The Rich Boy (Feb 1926)
*Jacob's Ladder (Aug. 1927)
*A Short Trip Home (Dec. 1927)
*The Bowl (Jan. 1928)
*The Captured Shadow (Dec 1928)
*Basil and Cleopatra (Apr. 1929)
*The Last of the Belles (Mar. 1929)
*Majesty (July 1929)
*At Your Age (Aug. 1929)
*The Swimmers (Oct. 1929)
*Two Wrongs (Jan. 1930)
*First Blood (Apr. 1930)
*Emotional Bankruptcy (Aug. 1931)
*The Bridal Party (Aug. 1930)
*One Trip Abroad (Oct. 1930)
*The Hotel Child (Jan. 1931)
*Babylon Revisited (Feb. 1931)
*A New Leaf (story) (July 1931)
*A Freeze-Out (Dec. 1931)
*Six of One- (Feb. 1932)
*What a Handsome Pair! (Aug. 1932)
*Crazy Sunday (Oct. 1932)
*More Than Just a House (June 1933)
*Afternoon of an Author (Aug. 1936)
*Financing Finnegan (Jan. 1938)
*The Lost Decade (Dec. 1939)
*"Boil Some Water- Lots of It" (March 1940)
*Last Kiss (Apr. 1949)
*Dearly Beloved (1969)


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