By Stefan Zweig
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Extra resources for Amok ou le Fou de Malaisie
But his literary fortunes changed following publication of The Great Gatsby. Although he published a collection of short stories in 1926, he did not produce another book until 1934, when Tender Is the Night, on which he had labored for years, was published. Meanwhile, his domestic life deteriorated as he sank deeper into alcoholism and Zelda became increasingly unstable. Zelda舗s emotional collapse in 1930 was precipitated by maniacally intense ballet studies; the remaining years of her life were spent in and out of hospitals.
He realized that Zelda could no longer function as his muse, fueling his thirst for life and his drive to create art; without her to anchor him he was adrift, lost and despondent. , The Notebooks of F. Scott Fitzgerald, p. 204). Other factors contributed to Scott舗s depressed state. He was having a difficult time paying Zelda舗s exorbitant hospital bills and supporting himself and Scottie; as a result of his frequent advances against future work, he now owed more than $20,000 to Scribner舗s and his short-story agent Harold Ober; he was completely blocked as a writer; magazines were no longer interested in his short stories; and he was drinking constantly, both to dull the pain and simply to function.
Although editor Maxwell Perkins rejects Fitzgerald舗s novel, his letter contains praise for the work. World War I ends; Fitzgerald never sees active service. 1919 Fitzgerald is discharged from the army and becomes engaged to Zelda. Although he finds work at a New York advertising agency, Zelda breaks off their engagement, worried about his financial prospects. Fitzgerald returns to his parents舗 house, where he rewrites his novel; now titled This Side of Paradise, it is accepted for publication by Scribner舗s.
Amok ou le Fou de Malaisie by Stefan Zweig