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Two Old-Timers (short story)

  • Type: Short Story

Two Old-Timers is a 1941 short story by American author F Scott Fitzgerald. - AsNotedIn

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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1939/12/19 After two telegraphed requests for wired reinforcements to the Maginot Line at Culver City, FSF sends Arnold Gingrich "Two Old-Timers" with a note explaining that he'd "been sick in bed again and gotten way behind."
1939/12/22 F Scott Fitzgerald Author of Two Old-Timers FSF note to Arnold Gingrich at Esquire: Did you know that last story (Two Old Timers) was the way "The Big Parade" was really made? King Vidor pushed John Gilbert in a hole-believe it or not.
1941/03/00 F Scott Fitzgerald Author "Two Old-Timers" is published in Esquire.
1941/03/00 Esquire Publisher "Two Old-Timers" is published in Esquire.

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Particulars for Two Old-Timers (short story):
Narrative Arts Fiction prose literature, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people
Narrative Arts Narrative an account of connected events
Narrative Arts Prose ordinary written language
Art Type Short Story short form narrative fiction

Original Language: English

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