Hemingway & Fitzgerald
 Two 20th Century American Literary Giants & Their Era
 [Dewey number: 813.52]
 F. Scott Fitzgerald  Ernest Hemingway  The Twenties [973.915]  The Lost Generation  Paris [914.43] 
 Harlem Renaissance  Role of women   Prohibition/Crime   Artists   Economy 

Ernest Hemingway

Hemingway (Google Directory) - http://directory.google.com/Top/Arts/Literature/Authors/H/Hemingway,_Ernest/?tc=1
Google's directory of Hemingway sites includes the subdivisions Biographies, Organizations, Reviews, and Works.
The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park - http://www.hemingway.org/
This is a good site for all aspects of Hemingway's life and work, including biography, chronology, writings, awards, photographs, and links to other resources on the author. (LII)
The Hemingway Resource Center - http://www.lostgeneration.com/hrc.htm
Includes an in-depth biography, a bibliography, audio clips, a FAQ section, an online discussion forum, a bookstore and even a quarterly writing contest.
Ernest Hemingway's Places - http://www.literarytraveler.com/hemingway/ernestplaces.htm
This site explores various places where Hemingway lived, set his novels, or visited. Check out "Fitzgerald and Hemingway and The Sun Also Rises." (Literary Traveler)
Hemingway Links - http://www.literarytraveler.com/links/hemingway.htm
The above site has an extensive page of links to other sites about Ernest Hemingway some of which are listed and annotated below.
Ernest Hemingway: A Storyteller's Legacy - http://www.cs.umb.edu/jfklibrary/eh.htm
Detailed Hemingway biography written by Megan Floyd Desnoyers. This website is all on one page with many photos and links to footnotes. Ca. 16 pages when printed out. (John F. Kennedy Library)
All Hemingway - http://www.allhemingway.com/
A guide to Hemingway's life and works, including guides, notes, and quotes. Sections on the site include: Introduction to Hemingway; The Short Stories; Hemingway FAQ; The Novels; Biography; and Essays. (Enotes.com)
Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) (LiteratureClassics) - http://www.literatureclassics.com/authors/Hemingway/
Several student essays on Hemingway's 'A Farewell to Arms', 'The Sun Also Rises', and 'The Old Man and the Sea', along with quotes, a biography, links and resources. The most interesting thing about this site is that it accepts student-written essays and gives them a rating based on their quality.
Ernest Hemingway (Simon and Schuster Publishers) - http://www.simonsays.com/subs/index.cfm?areaid=18
Simon and Schuster, publishers of various works of Hemingway, provide a site featuring a biography, picture gallery and information on his books.

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald (Google Directory) - http://directory.google.com/Top/Arts/Literature/Authors/F/Fitzgerald,_F._Scott/
Google's directory of Fitzgerald websites includes one subdirectory: Works.
F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary Home Page - http://www.sc.edu/fitzgerald/index.html
At the University of South Carolina's website. Includes online texts, biographical and bibliographical information, and much else.
EducETH: F. Scott Fitzgerald - http://www.educeth.ch/english/readinglist/fitzgeralds/index.html
Extensive website (ca. 8 pages printed) with links to many other sites. Includes a biography and photograph, and teaching information and students' comments.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Sensible Thing - http://www.pbs.org/kteh/amstorytellers/index.html
This site explores the process of getting Fitzgerald's short story, "The Sensible Thing," to television. It was broadcast as part of the PBS series "American Storytellers."
Bartleby.com: F. Scott Fitzgerald - http://www.bartleby.com/people/FitzgS.html
Short biography from the Columbia Encyclopedia and a link to the text of his novel, This Side of Paradise.
Owl-Eyes: F. Scott Fitzgerald - http://owleyes.org/fitzgerald.htm
Includes a biography, and the full text of some of his works.
F. Scott Fitzgerald (Literature Classics) - http://www.literatureclassics.com/authors/Fitzgerald
See the similar site above for Hemingway. Several essays on The Great Gatsby, as well as a biography and bibliography.
Filmography of F. Scott Fitzgerald - http://us.imdb.com/M/person-exact?+Fitzgerald,+F.+Scott
Films of Fitzgerald as writer and in one case as actor.
F. Scott Fitzgerald (ClassicNotes) - http://www.novelguides.com/ClassicNotes/Authors/about_f_scott_fitzgerald.html
Biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald written by Harvard students. Includes a biography, message board, and background information on The Great Gatsby.


American -- some American artists of the 1920s are: from the "Ashcan School" John Sloan and George Bellows; from the Stieglitz Group Max Weber, Arthur Dove, John Marin, Marsden Hartley, and Joseph Stella; and from the Precisionists Georgia O'Keeffe, Charles Sheeler, and Charles Demuth. Other major artists of the period were Stuart Davis, and Lionel Feininger, the two regionalistsThomas Hart Benton and John Steuart Curry, and the realists Edward Hopper and Charles Burchfield. Artists at the core of the Harlem Renaissance movement included William H. Johnson, Lois Mailou Jones and the sculptor and printmaker Sargent Claude Johnson. Other prominent artists associated with the Harlem Renaissance included Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence and Archibald Motley.Sculptors of the period include: Daniel Chester French, Henry Shrady, Malvina Hoffman, Jo Davidson, Paul Manship, Gaston Lachaise, William Zorach, Robert Laurent, and Alexander Calder.
International -- the most important artists were: the Cubists Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Georges Braques, Robert Delaunay, and Fernand Léger; the Fauvists Henri Matisse and Raoul Dufy; the Surrealists Max Ernst, Salvador Dali, Giorgio de Chirico, and Joan Miro ; the Expressionists Paul Klee, Max Beckmann, Edvard Munch, George Grosz, Oskar Kokoschka, and Vassily Kandinsky; as well as Marc Chagall, Maurice Utrillo, Le Corbusier, George Rouault, and Stanley Spencer.

Paris in the 20s

Paris in the Twenties - http://www.bbc.co.uk/aboutmusic/features/paris/index.shtml
This website from the BBC, has recordings of music, and links to the people, places, artists, style and fashion, poetry and more ... all about Paris in the Jazz Age.
Literary Paris in the 1920s and 1930s - http://ntsrv2000.educ.ualberta.ca/nethowto/examples/bradley/mansfiel/paris.htm
"This web page offers a brief overview of the American expatriates in Paris, a list of books that contain information, and links to related sites"
Paris in the 1920s and 1930s: Bibliography - http://www.paris.org/Biblio/twenthir.html
From Selected Bibliography of Paris, this page lists books about life in Paris between the two world wars.
1920s Expats in Natalie's Salon - http://www.natalie-barney.com/1920swriters.htm
Natalie Clifford Barney (1876-1972) was a lesbian writer who lived in Paris in the 1920s. This page has excerpts from writings about the expatriates (Americans living abroad) and their thoughts about Ms. Barney.

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