I came across an article about F. Scott Fitzgerald being a Civil War buff & how he was the son of a man who, during Jubal Early's '64 Campaign, helped row a Confederate spy across the Potomac. The article tackles how Fitzgerald began to write about Dentistry in the Civil War in the 1930's after he had suffered with literary burnout & overall hardship. The article is written by a student at Gettysburg College; I am going to provide the link below. It was a great read---I wasn't aware that Fitzgerald was inspired by the Civil War at such great lengths. The site that published the article is www.civilwarmed.org The author of the piece is Cameron Sauers. It was published in April 2020.