The Great Gatsby
Abacus, 1991 - 202 pages
This short novel distilled the essence of glamour and illusion of a generation during the early part of this century. Everyone took advantage of Jay Gatsby's hospitality, and few people could recognize their host. He seemed to be a person without background, without history, without a home.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lincroft - LibraryThing
A lot has been said about this book and I did really enjoy it but wasn't the greatest book ever. I did appreciate the notes provided by Bruccoli. Read full review