Fitzgerald’s Third Regret: Intellectual Pretense and the Ghost of Edmund Wilson
Focuses primarily on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s complicated relationship with his Princeton classmate Edmund Wilson, from whom, Cohen argues, Fitzgerald developed a feeling of intellectual inferiority. Footnote comments on Fitzgerald’s similar relationship with Hemingway to whom he felt artistically inferior.
Texas Studies in Literature and Language
Cohen, Milton A. “Fitzgerald’s Third Regret: Intellectual Pretense and the Ghost of Edmund Wilson.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 33, no. 1 (1991): 64-88.