The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald analyzed
F. Scott Fitzgerald, although angry, still attends carefully to his daughter. Scott's letter focuses on the fact that Scottie has been under-performing and receiving less than illustrious marks in high school. Scott is obviously upset and disappointed with her and is concerned that she might not be accepted by the college they had chosen.
Although Scott is disappointed, he does not let his anger get the better of him. He speaks of when he was young and how an adolescent can stray from their parent's directions. He gives her examples of her mother and the mistakes she made. "She realized to…
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