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  • Current Bibliography
  • Compiled by Jeanne M. Alexander

To help keep this bibliography up to date, please send notices and citations to or to Jeanne M. Alexander, F. Scott Fitzgerald Edition, Department of English, 139 Burrowes Building, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802.

books, pamphlets, editions, and dissertations

Bleil, Robert Russell. “Temporarily Devotedly Yours: The Letters of Ginevra King to F. Scott Fitzgerald.” Diss. Pennsylvania State U, 2014. DA 3576442.
Corrigan, Maureen. So We Read On: How The Great Gatsby Came to Be and Why It Endures. New York: Little, Brown. 2014.
Donaldson, Scott. The Impossible Craf: Literary Biography. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 2015. [See esp. “Fitzgerald and the Craft,” 17–23; “A Dual Biography of Fitz and Hem,” 31–37; “Summer of ‘24: Zelda’s Affair,” 172–86; and “Afterword,” 186–88.]
Fitzgerald, F. Scott. Fuori dai giochi: I racconti della grazia, dell’agonismo e del corpo. Ed. with commentary by Sara Antonelli. Trans. by Roberto Serrai. Roma, Italy: 66thand2nd, 2014. [Includes “Reade, Substitute Right Half”; “Football” (a poem); “Head and Shoulders”; “The Offshore Pirate”; “Winter Dreams”; “Gretchen’s Forty Winks”; “Princeton” (an essay); “The Bowl”; “The Freshest Boy”; “The Swimmers”; “Two Wrongs”; “What a Handsome Pair!” ; “Six of One—“; “The Ants at Princeton”; “Author’s House”; “‘Send Me In, Coach’”; “Design in Plaster”; and “Dearly Beloved.”] [End Page 292]
———. Taps at Reveille, ed. James L. W. West III. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2014. [Paperback reprint.]
———. “Temperature.” The Strand Magazine, July 2015: 4, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 25. [Written in 1939, turned down by The Saturday Evening Post.]
Fitzgerald, Zelda. “The Iceberg.” New Yorker 20 Dec. 2013. Web. 20 Sept. 2015. [Online only.]
Fobes, Alexander Starkweather. “The Play of Nonsense in Modernist Creation.” Diss. U of Colorado, Boulder, 2013. DA 3561958. [Chapter IV: “Oysters and Rocks, Sawdust and Socks, or The Curious Case of F. Scott Fitzgerald” investigates how The Great Gatsby may be viewed in the light of literary nonsense.]
Grissom, Candace Ursula. Fitzgerald and Hemingway on Film: A Critical Study of the Adaptations, 1924–2013. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. [Chapter 1: “Screening the American Icarus, Part One: Film Adaptations of Fitzgerald, 1924–1962,” 9–42; “Screening the American Icarus, Part Two: Film Adaptations of Fitzgerald, 1974–2013,” 43–100.]
Kruse, Horst H. F. Scott Fitzgerald at Work: The Making of The Great Gatsby. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2014.
Lawson, Ashley. “The Self-Representing Muse: Autobiographical Productions of Women in Artistic Partnerships.” Diss. U of Nebraska, Lincoln. 2015. DA 3618277. [Chapter 2: “What Effort She Makes Will Become Herself: Zelda Fitzgerald and the Self-Representing Muse.”]
McParland, Robert. Beyond Gatsby: How Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Writers of the 1920s Shaped American Culture. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littleftield, 2015.
Messenger, Chris. Tender Is the Night & F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Sentimental Identities. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2015.
Paschall, Kelly Rhodes. “A Comparison of a Traditional Text and its Graphic Adaptation on Reading Comprehension in a Secondary Classroom.” Diss. Union U., 2014. DA 3582796. [Comparison of reading achievement and motivation in overall assessment using The Great Gatsby in both traditional text and graphic novel formats.]

essays, chapters, and notes

Alexander, Jeanne M. “Current Bibliography.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 12 (2014): 201–6. [End Page 293]
Baiada, Christa: “Ash Imagery in Changrae Lee’s Native Speaker.” Explicator 71:1 (2013): 65–68. [Draws parallels between the narrators of The Great Gatsby and Native Speaker with respect to their social and environmental surroundings.]
Ball, David M. False Starts: The Rhetoric of Failure and the Making of American Modernism. Evanston, IL: Northwestern UP, 2015. [Introduction: “The Rhetoric of Failure and the Case Study of F. Scott Fitzgerald,” 3–26.]
Berman, Ronald. “Fitzgerald and the Idea of Society.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 12 (2014): 32–43.
Cobb, Cam, Natasha Wiebe, and Michael K. Potter, with Bryant Magnum. “Teaching Tarleton: A Roundtable.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 12 (2014): 143–66.
Donaldson, Scott. “The Seduction of Dr. Diver.” Hopkins Review 8.1 (2015): 5–21.
Fruscione, Joseph, and Michael Von Cannon. “Fitzgerald and Hemingway.” American Literary Scholarship: An Annual 2013. Ed. Gary Scharnhorst. Durham: Duke UP, 2015. [Review of year’s work in Fitzgerald studies, 175–82, 188–89.]
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