Controversial Unpublished Stories By F. Scott Fitzgerald Due To Hit Shelves In 2017 (AmReading.com)

Eighty years after they were written by the author of The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald’s lost collection, I’d Die for Youis finally to gain the readership it deserves.

Unable to be sold in the 1930’s due to their unexpected content, the collected writings – the final unpublished stories of the author – will be released by Simon & Schuster imprint, Scribner, for public viewing in April next year.

All stories within the collection, edited by Anne Margaret Daniel, were written by Fitzgerald during the mid- to late-1930’s. They include writing he submitted to magazines and other work, the “subject matter or style [of which] departed from what editors expected” at that time, Scribner explained […]

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