Quotes from letters between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Christian Gauss

The following quotes from letters between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Christian Gauss are extracted from The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1963). Gauss, a literary critic, was a preceptor at Princeton.

“There comes a time when a writer writes only for certain people and where the opinion of the others is of little less then no importance at all and you are one of the people for whom I, subconsciously, write.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald to Christian Gauss, April 23, 1934

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