Crazy Sunday by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald | Published: October 1932
Crazy Sunday Synopsis
"Crazy Sunday" is a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald, published in The American Mercury in October 1932. Later, it was also published in Taps at Reveille in 1935.
Joel Coles is a new player in the screenwriting industry and has accomplished numerous successful writing jobs. Having completed these jobs, Coles considers himself more than just a newbie. Coles was invited to the famous movie director Miles Calman's house one Sunday. Little did Coles realize that invitation is the beginning of his complicated romantic entanglement with Miles and Stella Calman.
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It was Sunday--not a day, but rather a gap between two other days. Behind, for all of them, lay sets and sequences, the long waits under the crane that swung the microphone, the hundred miles a day by automobiles to and fro across a county, the struggles of rival ingenuities in the conference rooms, the ceaseless compromise, the clash and strain of many personalities fighting for their lives. And now Sunday, with individual life starting up again, with a glow kindling in eyes that had been glazed with monotony the afternoon before. Slowly as the hours waned they came awake like "Puppenfeen" in a toy shop: an intense colloquy in a corner, lovers disappearing to neck in a hall.
About F. Scott Fitzgerald
Francis Scott Fitzgerald was born to a middle-class family in St. Paul, Minnesota, on September 24, 1896. Fitzgerald achieved literary success with several novels, such as This Side of Paradise and The Great Gatsby, and many short stories published in popular magazines. His works are some of the most acclaimed in American literature, with The Great Gatsby being listed as one of the most well-known novels ever written. As a novelist, he explored the themes of wealth and status, youth and age, idealism versus reality, and hope versus despair. Find out more about F. Scott Fitzgerald at sevenov.com.
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