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F. Scott Fitzgerald could have done a lot with the tale of Bob McDonnell

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Would F. Scott Fitzgerald understand the McDonnells, who longed to be beautiful, and now look to be damned? Fitzgerald was the son of an unsuccessful salesman from Minnesota (with ties to Francis Scott Key through his mother's family), a great writer who longed to be Gerald Murphy, heir to the Mark Cross fortune, who with his wife, Sara, held court on the Riviera in the 1920s in what would look...

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