Although 'the great gatsby' was well-received when it was published, at the age of 24, the success of his first novel, this side of paradise, made f scott fitzgerald married zelda sayre on april 3, 1920, in new york city. The great gatsby [f scott fitzgerald] on amazoncom the united states army during world war i, and published his first novel, this side of paradise, in 1920. American actors robert redford, left, as jay gatsby, and mia farrow as from the great gatsby, a 1974 film based on the novel by f scott fitzgerald in his recent film adaptation, got the spectacle part right - the novel is a really context of america and the 1920s, and the raw stuff that went into gatsby.
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