Two Wrongs by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald | Published: January 18, 1930
Two Wrongs Synopsis
"Two Wrongs" is a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald, first published in The Saturday Evening Post on January 18, 1930. Later, it was also published in Taps at Reveille in 1935. New York-based producer Bill McChesney is well-known for his work in the theatre. When 18-year-old Emmy Pinkard comes to his office, Bill is immediately attracted to her. Bill's engagement causes Emmy to turn down his advances. Despite that, Bill still gives her a part in one of his plays. This short story revolves around Emmy and Bill's love story.
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"Look at those shoes," said Bill--"twenty-eight dollars."
Mr. Brancusi looked. "Purty."
"Made to order."
"I knew you were a great swell. You didn't get me up here to show me those shoes, did you?"
"I am not a great swell. Who said I was a great swell?" demanded Bill. "Just because I've got more education than most people in show business."
"And then, you know, you're a handsome young fellow," said Brancusi dryly.
About F. Scott Fitzgerald
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald is one of the most prominent writers of the 20th century. He was born in 1896 into a middle-class family in St. Paul, Minnesota. Throughout his life, he wrote numerous short stories and novels, including This Side of Paradise, The Great Gatsby, and Tender is the Night. He is often remembered for his works set in the Jazz Age, as they gave a unique insight into people's lives during that era. Fitzgerald's works are still read today, and many consider him one of the iconic authors of all time. His profound understanding of human nature and mastery of language make for timeless stories that will continue captivating readers for generations. Find out more about F. Scott Fitzgerald at sevenov.com.
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