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When: Fridays Jan 21, 28, and Feb 4, 11 10:00 - noon

Where: Resurrection Lutheran Church

Cost: $125.00 for 4 session(s)

Type: In Person

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Instructor: William A. Fry The Rise and Fall of a Friendship F, Scott Fitzgerald, already a popular author in America, first met Ernest Hemingway, a promising young writer, in April 1925, at the Dingo Bar, rue Delambre in Paris over drinks. Their friendship was a roller-coaster relationship, fraught with differing emotions of fondness, respect, admiration, intimacy but also vanity, ego-gratification, and a powerful spirit of competition which lasted throughout the years up until Fitzgerald’s early death in 1940. Join Dr. Bill Fry for this literary visit with friends Scott and Ernest as viewed from their works as well as from works by major scholars.
William A. Fry

The Rise and Fall of a Friendship

F, Scott Fitzgerald, already a popular author in America, first met Ernest Hemingway, a promising young writer, in April 1925, at the Dingo Bar, rue Delambre in Paris over drinks. Their friendship was a roller-coaster relationship, fraught with differing emotions of fondness, respect, admiration, intimacy but also vanity, ego-gratification, and a powerful spirit of competition which lasted throughout the years up until Fitzgerald’s early death in 1940. Join Dr. Bill Fry for this literary visit with friends Scott and Ernest as viewed from their works as well as from works by major scholars.

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