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"In August 1933, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote a letter to his young daughter Frances who was away at camp. It's a beautiful, personal letter from a man who was flawed—failed by his own parents—but tried, especially at the end of his short life, to step up and do the right thing."
Learn more about what Fitzgerald tried to teach his daughter, and what you can learn form his example, in today's Daily Dad Podcast.
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