F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
Columbia University Press, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 189 pages
More critical writing exists on The Great Gatsby than on any other work of American fiction. This Columbia Critical Guide introduces and contextualizes the key critical debates surrounding Fitzgerald's novel. The extracts and essays included here reflect The Great Gatsby's place as one of the first American novels to make significant use of modernist techniques and explore the influence of this "Lost Generation" work on later American writings. In considering secondary sources from the twenties to the present, this smart and sophisticated study guide offers readers an invaluable resource on this complex rendering of a moment in American history.
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Review: F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby: Essays - Articles - Reviews (Columbia Critical Guides)User Review - Isreal - Goodreads
It was just like the movie. He was a great writer, with great clarity on humans and how they are and to see them for who they are not how they project a fake image on others... great read! Read full review
Review: F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby: Essays - Articles - Reviews (Columbia Critical Guides)User Review - Zhafira Fawnia - Goodreads
It is kind of sad, that the fact that before Gatsby died, he thought the phone call was from daisy. but, instead it was from his best friend.. I SHIP THEM. I CALL FOR BROMANCE VIDEOS SADDER THAN THE ... Read full review