Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
The cut-glass bowl –,May Day –,The diamond as big as the Ritz –,The rich boy –,An alcoholic case –,The lees of happiness –,Gretchen’s forty winks –,The last of the belles –,Babylon revisited –,Financing Finnegan –,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….Read More
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