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This Side of Paradise. Scribners, 1920.
The Beautiful and Damned. Scribners, 1922.
The Great Gatsby. Scribners, 1925.
Tender Is the Night. Scribners, 1934.
The Last Tycoon. Scribners, 1941. Unfinished novel. With The Great Gatsby and 5 stories.
Flappers and Philosophers. Scribners, 1920.
Tales of the Jazz Age. Scribners, 1922.
All the Sad Young Men. Scribners, 1926.
Taps at Reveille. Scribners, 1935.
The Pat Hobby Stories. Scribners, 1962.
The Basil and Josephine Stories. Scribners, 1973.
Bits of Paradise: Twenty-one Uncollected Stories by F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. Scribner, 1973.
The Price Was High: The Last Uncollected Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Harcourt, 1979.
The Fantasy and Mystery Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Robert Hale, 1991.
Jazz Age Stories. (With Thomas Hardy) Penguin USA, 1998.
The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Scribner, 1963.
Scott Fitzgerald: Letters to His Daughter, introduction by Frances Fitzgerald Lanahan. Scribner, 1965.
Dear Scott, Dear Max: The Fitzgerald-Perkins Correspondence. Scribner, 1971.
As Ever, Scott Fitz--: Letters Between F. Scott Fitzgerald and His Literary Agent, Harold Ober, 1919-1940. Lippincott, 1972.
Correspondence of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Random House, 1980.
Fitzgerald: A Life in Letters. Macmillan, 1994.
Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda. St. Martin's, 2002.
The Crack-Up: With Other Uncollected Pieces, Note-Books, and Unpublished Letters. J. Laughlin, 1945.
The Portable F. Scott Fitzgerald. Viking, 1945.
The Diamond as Big as the Ritz, and Other Stories, first published in limited edition for the U.S. Armed Services, 1946.
The Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Selection of 28 Stories. Scribner, 1951.
Three Novels: The Great Gatsby, With an Introduction by Malcolm Cowley. Tender Is the Night, With the Author's Final Revisions; Edited by Malcolm Cowley. The Last Tycoon, an Unfinished Novel; Edited by Edmund Wilson. Scribner, 1953.
Afternoon of an Author: A Selection of Uncollected Stories and Essays. Princeton University Library, 1957.
The Bodley Head Scott Fitzgerald. Bodley Head, 1958-63.
Babylon Revisited, and Other Stories. Scribner, 1960.
The Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Penguin, 1962-68.
The Fitzgerald Reader. Scribner, 1963.
The Apprentice Fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Rutgers Univ. Press, 1965.
F. Scott Fitzgerald in His Own Time: A Miscellany. Kent State Univ. Press, 1971.
Bernice Bobs Her Hair and Other Stories. Signet, 1996.
F. Scott Fitzgerald: Selected Works. Gramercy, 1996.
F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Princeton Years. Cypress House Press, 1996.
Let's Go Out and Play (radio script), first broadcast in New York City on WABC-Radio (CBS), October 3, 1935.
Thoughtbook of Francis Scott Fitzgerald, With an Introduction by John R. Kuehl. Princeton University Library, 1965.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Ledger: A Facsimile. NCR/Microcard Editions, 1972.
The Great Gatsby: A Facsimile. Microcard Editions Books, 1973.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Screenplay for "Three Comrades," by Erich Maria Remarque. Southern Illinois University Press, 1978.
The Notebooks of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Harcourt/Bruccoli Clark, 1978.
F. Scott Fitzgerald: Triangle Club Songs (cassette recording; songs from three plays produced at Princeton University) Bruccoli Clark, 1979.
Poems, 1911-1940. Bruccoli Clark, 1981.
F. Scott Fitzgerald on Writing. Scribner, 1985.
F. Scott Fitzgerald on Authorship. Univ. of South Carolina Press, 1996.