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April 26 , 2011

Tales from the Jazz Age


If you know Fitzgerald mainly from "The Great Gatsby," these early stories will fill in the picture – they run from melodrama to fantasy to short, odd drama. "The Camel-Back" is a lighthearted love story; "May-Day" is its opposite, a three-part tragedy in high and low society, vividly reported. One or two of the magazine pieces but other stories, such as "The Lees of Happiness," have enduring heart.

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The Jazz Age: Essays

A short collection of essays about the Jazz Age by the writer who epitomized it, F. Scott Fitzgerald. Even theAmerican Heritage Dictionary acknowledges that F. Scott Fitzgerald “epitomized the Jazz Age.” And nowhere among his writings are the gin, pith, and morning-after squint of that era better illuminated than in these short essays.…

The jelly-bean – The camel's back – May Day – Porcelain and pink – The diamond as big as the Ritz – The curious case of Benjamin Button – Tarquin of Cheapside – "O Russet witch!" – The lees of happiness – Mr. Icky – Jemina.

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