Tales of The Jazz Age (Google eBook)
"Tales of the Jazz Age" is a collection of stories and dramas that exemplifies a classic period in American history. At the beginning of the roaring twenties it was a period in which Jazz, a truly American art form, would become the most popular form of music in America. It was a time in America that Fitzgerald's writing is most identified with. Contained within this volume are the following stories: The Jelly-Bean, The Camel's Back, May Day, The Diamond as Big as the Ritz, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Tarquin of Cheapside, "O Russet Witch!", The Lees of Happiness, Jemina, and the two short dramas, Porcelain and Pink, and Mr. Icky.
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