Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald | Published: 1934
Tender is the Night Synopsis
Tender is the Night depicts the downward spiral of the romantic relationship between a promising psychiatrist and his patient.
About F. Scott Fitzgerald
F Scott Fitzgerald is one of the most renowned authors of the early 20th century. He is best known for his 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby, which has become a staple in American literature. His works are celebrated for their vivid portrayal of upper-class society and themes such as hope, disillusionment, and social aspiration.
Born in September 1896, Fitzgerald grew up in St Paul, Minnesota and attended Princeton University until 1917 when he enlisted in the army during WWI. After the war ended he moved to New York City where he wrote his first novel This Side of Paradise (1920). He immediately gained notoriety and was invited to join literary circles including many prominent figures such as Ernest Hemingway and John Dos Passos.
In 1924 Fitzgerald married Zelda Sayre who became both his muse and critic throughout his career as an author. Find out more about F. Scott Fitzgerald at sevenov.com.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's Books on PageVio
Novels: This Side of Paradise | The Beautiful and Damned | The Great Gatsby | Tender Is the Night
Short Story Collections: Flappers and Philosophers | Tales of the Jazz Age | All the Sad Young Men | Taps at Reveille | The Pat Hobby Stories | Collected Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald
Plays: The Vegetable; or, From President to Postman
Here's a full list of F. Scott Fitzgerald's books.