BlogCritics review: Fool for Love

"If you're looking for an analysis of how the writer's life and personality, his psychological make-up affected his writing, this is the book you want."

donaldson_fool coverEssentially, what Scott Donaldson does is isolate two central themes in Fitzgerald's work--love and class--and shows how the novelist's treatment of these themes is related to the story of his life. Born to a family with limited means and large aspirations, he was always concerned with his social position, always felt himself something of an outsider.

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Published in: BlogCritics
By: Jack Goodstein