The renowned chronicler of the Jazz Age, F. Scott Fitzgerald has left a literary legacy in his wake, thanks to accomplishments in the short story and novel forms. Collected here are his first two novels, as well as two short story collections, all of which were written at the burgeoning stage of his writing career, when excess was an American byword, and the Roaring Twenties were in full swing.
In these collected works, you will find thinly veiled accounts of Fitzgerald’s lifestyle, his glossy view of Zelda, the love of his life, and a firsthand account of how Fitzgerald viewed the era that made him a towering figure in American literature.
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Published May 29, 2009
Literature & Fiction, History.