The Great Gatsby
by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Number of pages: 218
A true classic of American literature, The Great Gatsby celebrates a heightened sensibility to the promises of life, an American capacity for hope that remains unsullied even by the falsity of what it pursues. Fitzgerald's clean, elegant style evokes to perfection the glitter and charm of the Jazz Age, as well as the falseness of its values.
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by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Feedbooks
The story of the rise and fall of Dick Diver, a promising young psychoanalyst and his wife, Nicole, who is also one of his patients. This was Fitzgerald's first novel in nine years, and the last that he would complete, published in 1933.
by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Charles Scribner
Scott Fitzgerald's classic first novel follows Amory Blaine's intellectual, spiritual, and sexual education as he grows up in early 20th century America, during the years following the First World War in Jazz Age New York.
by F. Scott Fitzgerald - C. Scribner's Sons
This is a collection of stories from the literary master of the gilded age. Includes The Ice Palace, Bernice Bobs Her Hair, Benediction, The Offshore Pirate, The Cut-Glass Bowl, Dalyrimple Goes Wrong and other classic stories.
by F. Scott Fitzgerald - Charles Scribner's Sons
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