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The Great Gatsby | by F. Scott Fitzgerald, first published 1925 by Scribners.

The Great Gatsby | by F. Scott Fitzgerald, first published 1925 by Scribners.

The Great Gatsby | Chicago Herald-Examiner (23 May 1937). A cut version of The Great Gatsby appeared in Sunday newspaper supplements.

The Great Gatsby | Chicago Herald-Examiner (23 May 1937). A cut version of The Great Gatsby appeared in Sunday newspaper supplements.

Fitzgerald's first commercially published short stories written before and during his work on "The Great Gatsby" is collected for the first time in one volume. These stories document the development of Fitzgerald's professionalism and short-story craftsmanship during his 20s. Call Number:  Short Story FITZGERALD,F.

Fitzgerald's first commercially published short stories written before and during his work on "The Great Gatsby" is collected for the first time in one volume. These stories document the development of Fitzgerald's professionalism and short-story craftsmanship during his 20s. Call Number: Short Story FITZGERALD,F.

The Great Gatsby. I love F. Scott Fitzgerald's writing!  I always wanted to go back to the 1920's, but after reading Gatsby I realized how corrupt it really was.

The Great Gatsby. I love F. Scott Fitzgerald's writing! I always wanted to go back to the 1920's, but after reading Gatsby I realized how corrupt it really was.

The Great Gatsby | F. Scott Fitzgerald Association Copy (New York: Scribner's Sons, 1925), inscribed by Fitzgerald's mother, Mary (Mollie) McQuillan. She has written in large hand "For Mrs. Harlow/ From the mother of the author/ Washington/ July 1925."

The Great Gatsby | F. Scott Fitzgerald Association Copy (New York: Scribner's Sons, 1925), inscribed by Fitzgerald's mother, Mary (Mollie) McQuillan. She has written in large hand "For Mrs. Harlow/ From the mother of the author/ Washington/ July 1925."

The Great Gatsby (2013) | Did @Matty Chuah Plaza Hotel block me cause I questioned their #ThePlazaPremiere contest and suggested that if Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald were alive today they might rather stay at The Gansevoort Park Ave @kurtz dbs-Ahlers & Associates?!?!

The Great Gatsby (2013) | Did @Matty Chuah Plaza Hotel block me cause I questioned their #ThePlazaPremiere contest and suggested that if Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald were alive today they might rather stay at The Gansevoort Park Ave @kurtz dbs-Ahlers & Associates?!?!

“Perhaps I can guess the other one,” she said; and reaching up on her tiptoes she kissed him softly in the illustration.”  —	 F. Scott Fitzgerald, from “The Offshore Pirate”

“Perhaps I can guess the other one,” she said; and reaching up on her tiptoes she kissed him softly in the illustration.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald, from “The Offshore Pirate”

Some Sort of Epic Grandeur: The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald by Matthew Joseph Bruccoli

Some Sort of Epic Grandeur: The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald by Matthew Joseph Bruccoli

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