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Semi-autobiographical account of a dissipated young man. Very talky; nowhere near as enjoyable as The Great Gatsby.Published 6 days ago by SJK
"Thrift Edition" means low quality paper and tiny print with small spacing between the lines. If you have young eyes, maybe you don't care. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lucia KSA
Also an intense read, must be in the mood to focus on comprehension. Sometimes sentences need to be read several times to grasp meaning.Published 1 month ago by Selina Hunt
I love Fitzgerald. This is, hands down, my favorite book of his. I first read it shortly after graduating from college. I re-read it after graduating from law school. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer E.
A 1920's era story of characters who love themselves way too much. Too much wealth and indulgence with that self loving. It is a longer read as hhis descriptions can go on and on. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LouAnn LaJeunesse
This review is about the book itself, not the story inside. I'm not a literary critic, but most of them agree that Fitzgerald was an outstanding author. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Allan
Scott Fitzgerald is a one trick pony. All of his stories have a Gadsby flavor. Same basic story different characters.Published 3 months ago by kevin benton