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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Friends Francis Scott Fitzgerald Likes About me -Born in St. Paul, Minnesota on September 24, 1896 -Married to Zelda Sayre -Author of "This Side of Paradise" and " The Great Gatsby" Ernest Hemingway- Author T.S. Eliot- Author Sources The Instant Camera The Electric Shaver By: Ellie Walker,4th hour Do your pants never stay up? Fret no longer. Suspenders can solvethat problem by attachingto either side of your trousers.Life will soon be swell!You'd be a sapnot to purchase these! Oxfords come in all different colors such as black, brown and white.They even lace up. Starting at a price around $5, you'lllook ducky for little dough. Alcohol is not a friend of everyone,I understand that and have experiencedmy fair share of difficulties from the powerfuldrink. But I just have to ask, is it the substance that is causing the issues, or the user? Prohibition bans liquor, butdoes the root of the problem reallylie there? Or in the abusive, vulnerable Americans that allow It to overpower them? Supposedly Prohibition will create a better,more efficient society, if Americans are not drunk and can focus on their responsibilities, but if you stop production of such a thing and the people remain the same, nothing is solved.Just my thoughts. Calling all men who want to wear the most fashionable clothing available. These suitsare made with the finest wooland buttons; now featuring lapels. Even though they aren't orchids,you'll sure look ritzy! Ads I'd like to take a momentto thank the New York Times for publishing such an honest and kind review of The "Great Gatsby." The fact that millions of people will read those words is difficult for me to process, but I am so grateful for the exposure. Before, people across the country had no clue who I was, but thanks to the newspaper, they will read about me and possibly gain an interest inmy books despite the distance that separates us. I am so happy to learn that the 19th amendment has been ratified,allowing women to vote. I believeit is important for our country to realize that females of the 1920'shave just as much potential to dogreat things as men. Women are now getting jobs outside of the home and running for office. While there may be some oppositionto women's new roles in society,people need to realize that theirstate of mind is obsolete. Bessie Coleman for example is an African American who is the first woman to receive a pilot's license! That's crazy. Women's point of view and perspective can really help our nation to progress. I had a radio interview today at alocal station. This world is foreverchanging- I can't believe people could hear me over that device. I enjoyed talking about my upcoming work.So glad that Americans can now tuneinto the radio from the comfort of theirhome and still get to hear the contentI shared. Oh how I just love jazz music!Duke Ellington is beyond talented. I could listen to him play "It Don't Mean a Thing" forhours. Art is truly inspiring and to think ourworld is filled with it! This really is the Jazz Age.Music does more than delight the ears- it unifies the country by opening Americans up to the high level and culture of African Americans that we might have disregarded before. Publishing pieces on the side for Esquire magazine has been such a joy. My voice can still be heard withoutthe hassle of printing such a long project.Magazines reach millions of people and update them on news or stories that are taking place a 1,000 miles away from their location. This allows Americans to be more knowledgeable and obtain information citizens in their state would never know because it is taking place nationally. Now don't get in a lather!I have no plans to stopwriting books but I am really happywith how things are going at the moment. I finally purchased a Model T car! What great quality for such a lowprice. Without the assembly line's quick and cheap production,I don't know if I could have bought such an item. Now I can take Frances and Zelda any place they choose without paying for someone else to get us to our destination-freedom at it's finest! Speaking of the Assembly Line- how it has affected our nation's economy so greatly. A couple of my peers just were hired to work at a local factory- all thanks to Henry Ford. The Assembly Line produces goods in a step by step process;calling for more employees who may not have had a job before.Americans are prospering and it is truly inspiring to see so many people being reinvented by the opportunity to have a stable occupation and pay. Information:Sandhyarani, Ningthoujam. "Inventions of the 1920s." Buzzle., n.d. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.Shmoop Editorial Team. "F. Scott Fitzgerald." Shmoop University, Inc., 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 19 Jan. 2015."F. Scott Fitzgerald." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2015. Web. 19 Jan. 2015. "F. Scott Fitzgerald." F. Scott Fitzgerald. N.p., 2012. Web. 19 Jan. 2015."Slang of the 1920." Slang of the 1920. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Jan. 2015. Pictures: ge/ y/
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