What Do I Read Next?
F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby, published in 1925, focuses on Jay Gatsby, a man who lives through romantic dreams. Gatsby defines the American character torn between idealism and materialism.
The Andrew Carnegie Reader, published in 1992 by the University of Pittsburgh Press, contains a selection of Carnegie's writings on business and philanthropy, including "The Age of Steel" and "The Gospel of Wealth According to St. Andrew."
Oscar Wilde's novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, published in 1891, is a key work of the Aestheticist movement. Dorian, vain and rakish, wishes to remain eternally young and handsome. Dorian's portrait ages instead of Dorian, and is kept hidden until the novel's end.