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His life has been the subject of biographies, novels, movies, and even musicals; but unlike so many of his contemporaries, F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) didn't write an autobiography. What he did leave us are 19 revealing personal essays that editor James L.W. West III has gathered and edited. Their topics and tones are various; from the exhilarating "What I Think and Feel at 25" to the reflective "The Death of My Father." Sides of a bestselling author we have never seen.