“Temperature” is the recent “lost & found” short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald which appears in the summer 2015 issue of Strand Magazine. The piece showcases the author’s notable capabilities in the short story form, though it doesn’t quite reveal itself to be something like a recovered masterpiece. The work dates from 1939 and contains some elements and themes that seem lifted directly from the last years of Fitzgerald’s life (without too much embellishment). For more on this, check out our “Fitzgerald at the Movies – Last Call” episode.

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