Grenier speaks about his favorite writers, from Dante to Fitzgerald, as if they are his best friends.
Ironically, many of the people who cheered Fitzgerald for bringing that case are now criticizing his actions in the Kiriakou case.
“There are no second acts in American lives,” Fitzgerald famously claimed.
Fitzgerald, Nabokov, Huxley, and the rest of them failed in Hollywood for a variety of reasons.
They wink at Fitzgerald worshipers primed to hate any textual liberties.
Fitzgerald guessed that the voice at the other end of the line said "What?"
I had often heard of Mr. Fitzgerald's propensity to duelling.
Detective Sergeant Fitzgerald found a package before his door that morning, along with the milk.
From that evening I was particularly cautious in avoiding Fitzgerald.
In relation to the Red River immigrants, who arrived in 1841, the statement of Fitzgerald is mostly untrue.