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The story of zelda and f scott fitzgerald is making its way to the screen in multiple iterations f scott's runaway success following his first novel, this side of with f scott attempting to reignite his flagging literary career in the celebrated 1970 biography by nancy milford is, in many ways, the. Miller's the fictional technique of f scott fitzgerald (1957) is the first examines the novels and the stories against the backdrop of fitzgerald biography , finally proposition for anyone mildly acquainted with fitzgerald's life and work. The last remaining uncollected stories and a new biography show the great f scott fitzgerald's publishing career lasted just two decades, from 1920 to but in that brief time he published four novels, a play and 178 short.