Uncensored F. Scott Fitzgerald Work to be Released for the First Time

From The Guardian:

From sexual innuendo to antisemitism, a wealth of censored material that was sliced out of F Scott Fitzgerald’s short stories by newspaper editors is being restored in a new edition of the author’s work which presents the stories in their unbowdlerised form for the first time in almost 80 years.

A closer look at the original manuscripts from the stories in the collection, Taps at Reveille, show that Fitzgerald thought his stories needed more sex, drugs, and a character calling somebody a “dirty little kyke.” These stories are the latest volume of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of F Scott Fitzgerald, published this week by Cambridge University Press.