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Fitzgerald’s first published collection of short stories, way back in 1920, contains eight pieces of stories.
What makes this book stand out?
Being first-hand accounts of the Lost Generation – the American youths of the Roaring Twenties and beyond whose entire lives were consumed up by the vanity of the Jazz Age and the pointless hunger for ambition, success, and money.
Read it for
Getting to witness the diverse imagination of the greatest storyteller of American literary history.
Don't read it for
The stories are based on a time which has a very different social, cultural and political backdrop from the America you know now. So if you don’t want to delve deep into its not-always-vibrant past, skip this.