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F. Scott Fitzgerald's Short Fiction

On some level the story expresses Fitzgerald's own fascination with Southern women, and the Northern men like himself who fall in love with them. Because this story is more or less from Sally...

Latest answer posted August 19, 2009 3:43 am UTC

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's Short Fiction

Both of these works by Fitzgerald deal with "disillusionment," the experience of seeing a false idea or belief that one has cherished over a period of time being destroyed. Though it is a frequent...

Latest answer posted March 26, 2018 7:21 pm UTC

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's Short Fiction

The Great Gatsby and The Beautiful and Damned are both known for their razor-sharp critiques of society and societal expectation—especially for the upper classes—during the Jazz Age in the United...

Latest answer posted September 19, 2018 1:18 pm UTC

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's Short Fiction

Fitzgerald shows us many things about belonging in this short story.He starts by showing us Clark Darrow. He's got money and a college education, and could be doing something with his life....

Latest answer posted May 16, 2008 1:27 am UTC

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's Short Fiction

I think the above points made are very strong. I also think that Fitzgerald might be suggesting that the sophisticated world of social manners involves a different set of standards for women. It...

Latest answer posted July 14, 2009 9:35 pm UTC

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