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  • Leather Bound
  • 852 pages
  • This Side of Paradise and Other Classic Works
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • English
  • 14 July 2017

This Side of Paradise and Other Classic Works No Writer Portrayed America S Roaring Twenties As Vividly As F Scott Fitzgerald In His Effervescent Tales Of Elegant Ingenues On The Prowl For Husbands, Ivy League Heirs En Route To Futures Of Idle Entitlement, And Endless Alcohol Fueled Dance Parties At Ritzy Country Clubs, He Limned A Culture Giddy With Excess And As Reckless As It Was Refined Gifted With Remarkable Powers Of Observation And A Witty Way With Words, Fitzgerald Wrote Stories That Seem As Fresh And Modern Today As They Did When Published Nearly A Century Ago.This Side Of Paradise And Other Classic Works Features Two Full Length Novels This Side Of Paradise And The Beautiful And Damned And Nineteen Short Stories, Including The Classics Bernice Bobs Her Hair, The Diamond As Big As The Ritz, And The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button Written As Only They Could Be By An Insider To The Society That They Protray, The Twenty One Works Collected In This Volume Capture The Precarious Splendor And Doomed Glory Of That Opulent Era That Their Author Called The Jazz Age.This Side Of Paradise And Other Classic Works Is One Of Barnes Noble S Collectible Editions Classics Each Volume Features Authoritative Texts By The World S Greatest Authors In An Exquisitely Designed Bonded Leather Binding, With Distinctive Gilt Edging And A Silk Ribbon Bookmark Decorative, Durable, And Collectible, These Books Offer Hours Of Pleasure To Readers Young And Old And Are An Indispensable Cornerstone For Every Home Library.


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10 thoughts on “This Side of Paradise and Other Classic Works

  1. says:

    Ooh that Amory Blaine He s blonde He s handsome like Rupert Brooke He s brilliant like GBS He s rich until he s poor and then he s quite poor He goes to Princeton, writes for the Princetonian and dances the Tiger Rag Not actually the latter He exchanges lofty and mostly unintelligible letters with a Monsignor who says he isn t, but just might be, Amory s fawther Amory falls in love a lot, quickly, but oh, so deeply For awhile Then he fails conic sections And so he goes to war And Ooh that Amory Blaine He s blonde He s handsome like Rupert Brooke He s brilliant like GBS He s rich until he s poor and then he s quite poor He goes to Princeton, writes for the Princetonian and dances the Tiger Rag Not actually the latter He exchanges lofty and mostly unintelligible letters with a Monsignor who says he isn t, but just might be, Amory s fawther Amory falls in love a lot, quickly, but oh, so deeply For awhile Then he fails conic sections And so he goes to war And he is oh so disillusioned Then he writes advertising copy and, being no Don Draper, does not hear a ding and is so so disillusioned with that But then he starts spouting ill formed Socialist ideas ...

  2. says:

    Wow, I guess besides The Great Gatsby, F Scott Fitzgerald really isn t for me I didn t enjoy any of the pieces in this book and was actually pretty bored the entire time which is probably why it took me f o r e v e r to finish this book.

  3. says:

    This is my favorite book and this was my first time reading it since high school It gets better as I age Fitzgerald s writing is absolutely beautiful lyrical, full of poignant observations on life The bizarre structure of the book, at least to me, parallels the chaotic, ever changing life of Amory I especially love the play format of Rosalind s section, where the young lovers merely act out the motions of romance perhaps without ever really feeling it The sudden discussion of socialism in This is my favorite book and this was my first time reading it since high school It gets better as I age Fitzgerald s writing is absolutely beautiful lyrical, full of poignant observations on life The bizarre structure of the book, at least to me, parallels the chaotic, ever changing life of Amory I especially love the play format of Rosalind s section, where the young lovers merely act out the motions of romance pe...

  4. says:

    First off I really highly disliked This Side of Paradise Second Off Fitzgerald really has a gift for short stories and I ve never read such beautiful writing in such short work as I have his I love Great Gatsby but I really wanted to readof his novels and I m really glad I finally finished this All of his short stories were incredible and packed a punch, though he does have a tendency towards ending with a death, which is interesting I actually cared muchfor his short stories t First off I really highly disliked This Side of Paradise Second Off Fitzgerald really has a gift for short stories and I ve never read such beautiful writing in such short work as I have his I love Great Gatsby but I really wanted to readof his novels and I m really glad I finally finished this All of his short stories were incredible and packed a punch, though he does have a tendency towards ending with a death, which is in...

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