It was clear to anyone who knew F. Scott Fitzgerald that he was destined to be a great writer. His early work won accolades from his professors and was published in Yale’s literary Journal as well as other outlets. These stories show that even before his Yale days Fitzgerald was already exploring themes and subjects that would one day make him a legend. Included here are seventeen stories, a one act play and three poems. This is the most complete collection of Fitzgerald’s earliest work available.