He was born in an accommodated family. He was not rich, but he never needed anything either. His father was an aristocrat who did not do so well at his work and his mother was raised in a farm. He was very similar to …show more content…
This book is about a couple very similar to Francis and Zelda and how they both grow unhappy and ugly as they grow old. This was exactly what happened to them after some years.
He moved to a small town with his family. There, he continued to write. One could infer he did not die a happy person because he still craved fame and fortune. This was reflected on his writing. He wrote his most famous novel, The Great Gatsby, during this time.
He died some years later very unhappily. His books were receiving negative criticism and he was barely selling any copies of his books. He fell into alcoholism once again and died at 44 years old.
F, Scott Fitzgerald's love for luxury made him a great author. He might have not lived to know it, but he would become an American classical author and his works would thousands of dollars per year. This was his ultimate dream.
However, it was the same love for insignificant things that made him a shallow, depressed person by the time of his death. This makes us all question is the "luxuries" of life are worth it at the