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Fitzgerald's: The Great Gatsby

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A critique of the work of The Great Gatsby. An american classic.

pt. 1. The novel --
The great Gatsby --
pt. 2. Intention and genesis : the author's view --
Absolution / F. Scott Fitzgerald --
The untrimmed Christmas tree : the religious background of The great Gatsby / Henry Dan Piper --
Letters about The great Gatsby --
[An introduction to The great Gatsby] / F. Scott Fitzgera
Paperback, 235 pages
Published March 11th 1970 by Pearson (first published March 1st 1970)
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I can't believe it took me this long to pick this book up and read it. I loved it- not what I was expecting at all.
Jan 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Adrianne by: Chris
I love that the novel "The Great Gatsby" is just one part of this book. The other parts cover Fitzgerald's letters, critical assessments, and what the Jazz Age was like to add context to the novel.
Sarah Anne
Apr 15, 2013 rated it liked it
I only read the first 80 pages as that is the book. The book was good, but I would like to read it again in a less difficult format (there were two sections per page instead of the usual one).
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