F. Scott Fitzgerald: winter dreamsSeries: American Masters. Published by : Educational Broadcasting Corporation (New York) Physical details: 90 mins. ; color /B&W. ISBN:0794201660.
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F. Scott Fitzgerald, the American writer who distilled the essence of the Jazz Age in his novels and stories, is profiled in this edition of the PBS series AMERICAN MASTERS. From his birth through the emergence of his talent, his troubled relationship with his wife, Zelda, and his subsequent descent into alcoholism and, as Fitgerald believed, failure. A truly fascinating look at one of the most troubled yet brilliant writers of the 20th century, WINTER DREAMS is a revealing portrait of a literary icon.