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F. Scott Fitzgerald
Bloom, Harold.
Publication Information:
Broomall, PA : Chelsea House, [2000]

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87 pages ; 24 cm.
Biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Plot summary of The great Gatsby -- List of characters in The great Gatsby -- Critical views on the great Gatsby: -- Malcom Cowley on different forms of wealth -- Robert Ornstein on the symbolism of the East and the West -- Marius Bewley on the two levels of Daisy Buchanan -- Henry Dan Piper on the odor of mortality -- Leo Marx on the pattern of pastoralism -- David Parker on two versions of the hero -- Ron Neuhaus on the narrator of Gatsby -- Keath Fraser on a "Man's Book" -- Irving S. Saposnik on the car and car culture -- Susan Resneck Parr on the search for order -- Michael Holquist on the oxymoron -- Richard Lehan on allusions to The waste land -- Mitchell Breitwieser oon Gatsby as a statement of America -- David L. Minter on Gatsby's failure -- Gary Scrimeour on Gatsby and Conrad's Kurtz -- Ronald Berman on the new agenda of the twenties -- Walter Benn Michaels on race and racism -- Plot summary of Tender is the night -- List of characters in Tender is the night -- Critical views on Tender is the night: -- John Chamberlain on Fitzgerald's false start -- Alfred Kazin on Fitzgerald's view of the rich -- Robert Stanton on the incest motif -- William Doherty on Keat's influence -- Arthur Mizener on life among the rich -- Alan Trachtenberg on separate points of view -- James Gindin on Diver's failure -- Mary E. Burton on Freudian theory -- Edwin T. Arnold on movies as metapahor -- Brian Way on acts of violence -- Ronald J. Gervais on socialism and capitalism -- Judith Fetterly on sexual politics -- Gene D. Phillips on the outcome for Diver -- Sarah Beebe Fryer on women's powerlessness -- John William Crowley on the drunkard's holiday.
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PS3511.I9 Z61374 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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