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As described in PBS’s biography of Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, September 24th, 1896, his father a failed wicker furniture salesman and his mother an Irish immigrant by the name of Mary (Mollie) McQuillan with a large inheritance (PBS). In St. Paul, the family lived comfortably on Mollie’s inheritanc... ... middle of paper ... ...ing romance and first years as newlyweds immortalized into the pages of one of Fitzgerald’s most iconic novels. Fitzgerald’s unique writing style of fictionalizing real events that happened in his past gives his writing more enthusiasm and flavor comparatively to some writers. Works Cited Baughman, Judith S. "Art Imitating Life in Fitzgerald's Novels." Art Imitating Life in Fitzgerald's Novels.
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