Francis Scott’s dad was Edward Fitzgerald. Edward owned a furniture business until it eventually failed. After it failed he became a salesman for Procter and Gambo to keep his family on their feet. This job caused them to move back and forth for the first 10 years of Francis’ life. Edward later lost his job in 1908 and they moved back to St. Paul. F. Scott was raised by Mary McQuillan whom was his mother. She was raised by an irish-catholic family. The family owned a whole-sale grocer in Minnesota. When Francis was 12 years old his father lost his new job. They soon moved back to St. Paul and lived of his mother’s inheritance from the grocery store company. She had inherited a small fortune. They continued to live here until Frances finally continued his education in University.
F. Scott went to school at Princeton University. There he studied literature and continued writing as much as he could. In 1917 Frances got placed on academic probation. When placed on academic probation there …show more content…
Scott Fitzgerald is a celebrity in the 1920’s. He is known presently for the Great Gatsby. The Great Gatsby was his most important novel; it made him a celebrity and a historical figure. The Great Gatsby was published in 1921. The Great Gatsby was Fitzgerald's best work. Although the book became very popular when it was published, it was not until the 1950s and ‘60s that it reached its importance and really represented the "Roaring Twenties.” Not only was it F. Scott Fitzgerald’s most popular novel but it was one of the most popular novels ever written. After the Great Gatsby glory started to come to an end, Fitzgerald’s life became a