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  • Benjamin Button
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  • Benjamin Button is the main protagonist of the book The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and the movie adaptation. He is played by Brad Pitt and what sets him apart from other characters is that throughout the course of his life he ages in reverse and grows younger. The story consists of him falling in love with a woman named Daisy.
  • Benjamin Button is an unusual late–19th and early–20th Century character who inexplicably ages backwards, having been born looking like an old man and dying looking like an infant. He first appeared in the short story “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, which was first published in Collier’s magazine in 1922 and then reprinted in the book Tales of the Jazz Age (1922), and so is now in the public domain. The original appearance includes two illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg.
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  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
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  • Benjamin Button
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  • Collier’s, vol. 69, no. 21
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  • P. F. Collier & Son Co.
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  • Benjamin Button
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  • Benjamin Button is the main protagonist of the book The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and the movie adaptation. He is played by Brad Pitt and what sets him apart from other characters is that throughout the course of his life he ages in reverse and grows younger. The story consists of him falling in love with a woman named Daisy.
  • Benjamin Button is an unusual late–19th and early–20th Century character who inexplicably ages backwards, having been born looking like an old man and dying looking like an infant. He first appeared in the short story “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, which was first published in Collier’s magazine in 1922 and then reprinted in the book Tales of the Jazz Age (1922), and so is now in the public domain. The original appearance includes two illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg.