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Fitzgerald, F. Scott: Complete Works | v.1.2 | update 26 Feb 2017

This volume collects the complete writings of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940, wikipedia), 5 novels, 1 play, 167 stories, and a selection of miscellaneous writings:
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Stories 1909–17.
The Mystery of the Raymond Mortgage, Reade, Substitute Right Half, A Debt of Honor, The Room with the Green Blinds, A Luckless Santa Claus, Pain and the Scientist, The Trail of the Duke, Shadow Laurels, The Ordeal, The Debutante, The Spire and the Gargoyle, Babes in the Woods, Sentiment—and the Use of Rouge, The Pierian Springs and the Last Straw.
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This Side of Paradise. (1920, novel)
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Flappers and Philosophers. (1921)
The Offshore Pirate, The Ice Palace, Head and Shoulders, The Cut-Glass Bowl, Bernice Bobs Her Hair, Benediction, Dalyrimple Goes Wrong, The Four Fists.
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Stories 1920–25.
Myra Meets his Family, The Smilers, The Popular Girl, Two for A Cent, Dice, Brassknuckles & Guitar, Diamond Dick and the First Law of Woman, The Third Casket, The Unspeakable Egg, John Jackson’s Arcady, The Pusher-in-the-Face, Love in the Night, One of my Oldest Friends, A Penny Spent, Not in the Guidebook.
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The Beautiful and Damned. (1922, novel)
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Tales of the Jazz Age. (1922)
The Jelly-Bean, The Camel’s Back, May Day, Porcelain and Pink, The Diamond As Big As the Ritz, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Tarquin of Cheapside, “O Russet Witch!”, The Lees of Happiness, Mr. Icky, Jemina, the Mountain Girl.
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The Vegetable. (1923, play)
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The Great Gatsby. (1925, novel)
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All the Sad Young Men. (1926)
The Rich Boy, Winter Dreams, The Baby Party, Absolution, Rags Martin-Jones and the Pr-nce of W-les, The Adjuster, Hot and Cold Blood, “The Sensible Thing”, Gretchen’s Forty Winks.
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Stories 1926–34.
Presumption, The Adolescent Marriage, The Dance, Your Way and Mine, Jacob’s Ladder, The Love Boat, The Bowl, Magnetism, A Night at the Fair, Outside the Cabinet-Maker’s, Forging Ahead, Basil and Cleopatra, The Rough Crossing, At Your Age, The Swimmers, The Bridal Party, One Trip Abroad, A Snobbish Story, The Hotel Child, Indecision, A New Leaf, Emotional Bankruptcy, Between Three and Four, A Change of Class, A Freeze-Out, Six of One—, Diagnosis, Flight and Pursuit, The Rubber Check, On Schedule, What a Handsome Pair!, More than just a House, I Got Shoes, The Family Bus, No Flowers, New Types, In the Darkest Hour, Her Last Case.
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Tender is the Night. (1934, novel)
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Taps at Reveille. (1935)
The Scandal Detectives, The Freshest Boy, He Thinks He’s Wonderful, The Captured Shadow, The Perfect Life, First Blood, A Nice Quiet Place, A Woman with a Past, Crazy Sunday, Two Wrongs, The Night at Chancellorsville, The Last of the Belles, Majesty, Family in the Wind, A Short Trip Home, One Interne, The Fiend, Babylon Revisited.
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Stories 1935–40.
Shaggy’s Morning, The Intimate Strangers, The Passionate Eskimo, Zone of Accident, Fate in Her Hands, Too Cute for Words, Image on the Heart, Three Acts of Music, The Ants at Princeton, Inside the House, An Author’s Mother, Afternoon of an Author, “I Didn’t Get Over”, “Send Me In, Coach”, An Alcoholic Case, “Trouble”, The Honor of the Goon, The Long Way Out, The Guest in Room Nineteen, In the Holidays, Financing Finnegan, Design in Plaster, The Lost Decade, Strange Sanctuary, The End of Hate.
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The Love of the Last Tycoon. (1941, unfinished novel)
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Stories 1941–.
On an Ocean Wave, The Woman from “21”, Three Hours Between Planes, The Broadcast We almost Heard last September, News of Paris—Fifteen Years Ago, Discard [Director’s Special], The World’s Fair, Last Kiss, That Kind of Party, Dearly Beloved, Lo, the Poor Peacock!, On Your Own, A Full Life.
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The Pat Hobby Stories. (1962)
Pat Hobby’s Christmas Wish, A Man in the Way, “Boil Some Water—Lots of It”, Teamed with Genius, Pat Hobby and Orson Welles, Pat Hobby’s Secret, Pat Hobby, Putative Father, The Homes of the Stars, Pat Hobby Does His Bit, Pat Hobby’s Preview, No Harm Trying, A Patriotic Short, On the Trail of Pat Hobby, Fun in an Artist’s Studio, Two Old-Timers, Mightier Than the Sword, Pat Hobby’s College Days.
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Miscellaneous Writings.
Essays and Articles, Poems, Prose Parody and Humor, Reviews, Public Letters and Statements, Introductions and Blurbs.
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The texts come from different online sources (the University of Adelaide, mostly), but I have scanned and corrected 29 additional stories, plus several essays and minor texts, from The Collected Stories of FSF, The Price Was High, Bits of Paradise, In his Own Time, and Afternoon of an Author.

Unfortunately, three stories were nowhere to be found, as they have never been collected in a book because of the objection of Fitzgerald’s daughter due to their “lack of quality”: The Count of Darkness, The Kingdom in the Dark, and Gods of Darkness. A Google search came up with someone who held copies of them, but I lost the link and couldn’t find it again.

The section of miscellaneous writings has most of his college writings and non-fiction texts. I didn’t bother to scan additional early texts, though, as they didn’t seem worth the effort.

The formatting has been thoroughly checked and corrected by comparing the texts with the paper editions. Quotes are curly, footnotes are active, and fonts are embedded.

The collection is sorted chronologically by book publication, alternating with sections of his uncollected stories. (The Pat Hobby Stories were published posthumously, but the arrangement is Fitzgerald’s, so they get their own section.) There are the usual inline tables of contents and links after each text/chapter to get back to the respective tables. The dates of first publication are noted whenever available. An alphabetical index of the stories should make it easy to find what you’re looking for.

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Update | v.1.1 | 1 Jan 2015
Proofed Tender is the Night, This Side of Paradise, Flappers and Philosophers, The Pat Hobby Stories, and The Great Gatsby against scans of printed copies and corrected thousands of mistakes and variants.

Update | v.1.2 | 26 Feb 2017
Proofed Stories 1909–17, Stories 1920–25, Tales of the Jazz Age, and The Love of the Last Tycoon against several volumes of the Cambridge Edition and corrected thousands of mistakes and variants.

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I think I've found a typo. The essay titled "10 Best Books I Have Read" lists the date of publication as "24 April 192". I believe there should be one more digit at the end.
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Update | v.1.1 | 1 Jan 2015

Proofed This Side of Paradise against the third 1920 printing of the Charles Scribner’s Sons edition and corrected about 170 mistakes and variants.

Proofed Flappers and Philosophers against the fourth 1920 printing of the Charles Scribner’s Sons edition and corrected about 550 mistakes and variants.

Proofed The Great Gatsby against “The Authorized Text,” First Scribner Paperback Fiction Edition 1995, and corrected thousands of mistakes and variants.

Proofed Tender is the Night against the 1985 printing of the Penguin Books edition (First edition, with emendations) and corrected about 550 mistakes and variants.

Proofed The Pat Hobby Stories against the 1970 printing of the Charles Scribner’s Sons edition and corrected about 200 mistakes and variants.

These should be fairly reliable now, so please let me know if you find any mistakes.

By the way, “10 Best Books I Have Read” was published in 1923.
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It would help if we had the synopsis of what all these stories were about.
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It would help if we had the synopsis of what all these stories were about.
Then you should read Tales of the Jazz Age and Tales of the Jazz Age only: it comes with Fitzgerald’s short intros for each story in the table of contents.
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The synopsis for the stories should be posted in the first post of the thread. We should not have to read short intros that don't always tell us what the stories are about. I've read lots of intros and they are not the same as a synopsis.
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We should not have to read short intros that don't always tell us what the stories are about.
You don’t have to read anything. And if you refuse to read texts without being properly prepared as to what to expect, my epubs are certainly not for you. They’re not about instant gratification, so you might have to look someplace else for your entertainment.
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Update | v.1.2 | 26 Feb 2017

And as I don’t intend to further engage in a discussion about whether I should be writing 160 story synopses, here’s something else:

I have proofed Stories 1909–17, Stories 1920–25, Tales of the Jazz Age, and The Love of the Last Tycoon against several volumes of the Cambridge Edition and corrected thousands of mistakes and variants. Please let me know if you find any mistakes.
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