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My present study deals with the F. Scott. Fitzgerald's male character, Monroe Stahr, in The Love of the Last Tycoon: A Western, which was first edited by Edmund Wilson and published in 1941, entitled "The Last Tycoon", one year after Fitzgerald's death. This novel can be seen as the resolution of Monroe Stahr's trauma, whose desire is to win a beautiful woman after the loss of his beloved wife. Various literary studies, such as trauma theory, psychoanalytic approach, historical and biographicaldoi:10.7575/aiac.ijclts.v.2n.2p.6 fatcat:oivmyjhvg5eczpfttyw6vqmj7i