“The Jelly-Bean” and “Three Hours Between Planes” by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Here’s something light and fun after the dark October mood. FSF was born in St. Paul and raised in an Irish middle class family. He was named after his famous second cousin, Francis Scott Key, who penned The Star Spangled Banner. Fitzgerald was considered one of the best authors of the twentieth century, a leading voice for the “Lost Generation” of the 20s and the Jazz Age. Enjoy!

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