The Great Gatsby

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Random House, 2011 - Fiction - 148 pages
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Fitzgerald's glittering Jazz Age masterpiece.

Jay Gatsby is a self-made man, famed for his decadent champagne-drenched parties. Despite being surrounded by Long Island's bright and beautiful, Gatsby longs only for Daisy Buchanan. In shimmering prose, Fitzgerald shows Gatsby pursue his dream to its tragic conclusion. The Great Gatsby is an elegiac and exquisite portrait of the American Dream.

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Okay, so I'm probably one of the only people who really and truly hate this book. And I do. With a passion. Years and years have passed in which I've attempted to give this book another chance, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Winter Woods - Goodreads

This book was intriguing. But the end was sad and that makes me sad so yea. I really enjoyed it and it's a short time so if you have a million other things to do, you can find a couple hours and you'll probably be done with it. You should read this book for sure. Two thumbs up. Read full review

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F. SCOTT FITZGERALD (1896 -1940) is widely considered the poet laureate of the Jazz Age. He wrote many short stories and four novels, This Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and the Damned, Tender is the Night and The Great Gatsby. An unfinished novel, The Last Tycoon, was published posthumously.

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