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F Scott Fitzgerald was a famous writer in the 1920s The Great Gatsby was one of his famous novels The 1920s was a period were many fascinating things had happened Fitzgerald also had an interesting life Both Fitzgeralds life and the era of the 1920s had helped influence the making of The Great Gatsby Fitzgeralds life is related to his novel The Great Gatsby His father was an unsuccessful salesman and a character in the novel named Jay Gatsby had a father who was a poor farmer Both Fitzgerald and Gatsby went to a Catholic School At Newman Catholic School Fitzgerald met Father Sigournay Fay who was an equivalent to Dan Cody another character in the novel Father Fay helped achieve personal goals like Dan Cody helping out Gatsby Wang Henry Fitzgerald and Nick Gatsbys friend in the novel attended Princeton At Princeton Fitzgerald met Ginervra King who was very popular and a protocol of Daisy She was Fitzgeralds first love Liukkonen Petri Eventually Fitzgerald flunked out of Princeton just like how Gatsby flunked out of Oxford University Mizener Arthur Both Fitzgerald and Gatsby were part of World War 1 During the war Fitzgerald met Zelda Sayre for the first time and Gatsby also met Daisy during the war At first Sayre rejected Fitzgerald because he was unsuccessful which was the same situation with Daisy and Gatsby Bruccoli Matthew Around the 1920s Fitzgerald finally started to become successful Wang Henry He gained his wealth very quickly which might of created the concept of East and West Egg When Fitzgerald went to Paris he met someone named Joyce who was similar to Nick Joyce says That man must be mad- Im afraid hell do himself injury Nick had the same concerns for Gatsby He disagreed with everything that Gatsby stands for but he still worried that he will get hurt In 1920 Fitzgerald finally married Zelda Sayre and they had a baby in 1921 When they
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