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The final unpublished short stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose book "The Great Gatsby" provided an iconic depiction of the excesses of America's Jazz Age, will see the light in April, 80 years after they were written.Scribner, a Simon & Schuster imprint, said it will publish "I'd Die for You," a collection of stories that were considered too controversial for print when he penned them in the 1930s.Like a character in one of his books, Fitzgerald had a short and tragic life, dying in 1940 at the age of 44 after struggling for years with his own alcoholism and his wife Zelda's mental illness.
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