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Fitzgerald All The Sad Young Men

Author : F. Scott Fitzgerald
ISBN : 9780521402408
Genre : Fiction
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An edition of twenty Fitzgerald short stories based on surviving manuscripts and typescripts.
Category: Fiction

F Scott Fitzgerald

Author : Michael Glenday
ISBN : 9780230345126
Genre : Fiction
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From his first novel, This Side of Paradise, which brought him a blaze of youthful fame, to his last, unfinished novel, The Last Tycoon, F. Scott Fitzgerald's appeal as one of America's most quintessential artists has continued to maintain its hold on twenty-first century readers. In this reader-friendly study of Fitzgerald's major fiction, Michael K. Glenday: • offers new readings of the author's canonical works, including The Great Gatsby and Tender Is the Night, • draws on the very latest research in his reassessment of the ideas and significance of Fitzgerald's major novels, • explores the core themes of the novels, as well as their considerable contribution to the spirit and complexity of modern-day American culture. Assuming no prior knowledge, this book is ideal for those seeking a lively, informed introduction to Fitzgerald's fiction, as well as those looking for fresh and original insights into his extraordinary work.
Category: Fiction

Reading And Interpreting The Works Of F Scott Fitzgerald

Author : Eva Weisbrod Geertz
ISBN : 9780766073463
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s books may reflect the glitz and glamour of the 1920s, but was his life anything like that of his characters? Through direct quotations and intriguing biographical information, this text helps readers understand how the era in which Fitzgerald wrote influenced his writing. Excerpts from original works and critical analysis of his themes, style, and word choice allow readers to immerse themselves in his world.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Fitzgerald S Craft Of Short Fiction

Author : Alice Hall Petry
ISBN : 0817305475
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Fitzgerald's Craft of Short Fiction offers the first comprehensive study of the four collections of short stories that F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) prepared for publication during his lifetime: Flappers and Philosophers (1920), Tales of the Jazz Age (1922), All the Sad Young Men (1926), and Taps at Reveille (1935). These authorized collections—which include works from the entire range of Fitzgerald's career, from his undergraduate days at Princeton to his final contributions to Esquire magazine—provide an ideal overview of his development as a short story writer. Originally published in 1989, this volume draws upon Fitzgerald's copious personal correspondence, biographical studies, and all available criticism, and analyzes how Fitzgerald perceived his achievements as a writer of short fiction from both artistic and commercial standpoints. Petry pays close attention to the individual stories, exploring how Fitzgerald's growing technical expertise and the evolution of his themes reflect changes in his personal life.
Category: Literary Criticism

Damaged Lives

Author : Jeffrey Jay Folks
ISBN : 0820478768
Genre : Literary Collections
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Drawing on the theories of philosophers of ethics including Hannah Arendt and Alasdair MacIntyre, "Damaged Lives: Southern and Caribbean Narrative from Faulkner to Naipaul" studies how moral skepticism harms ordinary human beings. In response to an indecisive and uncommitted culture, many writers from the American South and the Caribbean have sought unambiguous sources of order and belief. "Damaged Lives" shows how a yearning for conviction pervades the writing of William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, James Agee, Flannery O'Connor, Mary Hood, and V. S. Naipaul. This book will be useful in courses on modern American and Caribbean literature as well as in courses on ethics, American studies, and cultural studies.
Category: Literary Collections

Bodies Of War

Author : Lisa M. Budreau
ISBN : 9780814791462
Genre : History
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The United States lost thousands of troops during World War I, and the government gave next-of-kin a choice about what to do with their fallen loved ones: ship them home for burial or leave them permanently in Europe, in makeshift graves that would be eventually transformed into cemeteries in France, Belgium, and England. World War I marked the first war in which the United States government and military took full responsibility for the identification, burial, and memorialization of those killed in battle, and as a result, the process of burying and remembering the dead became intensely political. The government and military attempted to create a patriotic consensus on the historical memory of World War I in which war dead were not only honored but used as a symbol to legitimize America’s participation in a war not fully supported by all citizens. The saga of American soldiers killed in World War I and the efforts of the living to honor them is a neglected component of United States military history, and in this fascinating yet often macabre account, Lisa M. Budreau unpacks the politics and processes of the competing interest groups involved in the three core components of commemoration: repatriation, remembrance, and return. She also describes how relatives of the fallen made pilgrimages to French battlefields, attended largely by American Legionnaires and the Gold Star Mothers, a group formed by mothers of sons killed in World War I, which exists to this day. Throughout, and with sensitivity to issues of race and gender, Bodies of War emphasizes the inherent tensions in the politics of memorialization and explores how those interests often conflicted with the needs of veterans and relatives.
Category: History

Dream And Disillusion

Author : Michael Jay Steinberg
ISBN : MSU:31293100263775
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