F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Paris Years
by Paul Brody
Paris was a Mecca for artists in the early 20th century. Anyone who wrote, sculpted, acted, drew, painted, composed, or philosophized was drawn to the bustling, European city. World War I was over, and the future, which had been so uncertain for Europe, now seemed bright.
For nearly a decade, F. Scott Fitzgerald lived and wrote in the City of Lights. This is the story of those productive years