By Jackson R. Bryer,Ruth Prigozy,Milton R. Stern,Mary McAleer Balkun,M. T. Inge,Christopher Ames,Stanley Brodwin,Kirk Curnutt,Anne M. Daniel,Morris Dickstein,Edward Gillin,Janet Giltrow,D.G. Kehl,Horst H. Kruse,Veronica Makowsky,Toshifumi Miyawaki,Michael No
As the writer of a few of the main compelling brief tales ever written, of the significant novels in American literature, and a few of the main appealing prose ever penned, F. Scott Fitzgerald is learn and studied worldwide. Sixty-two years after his demise, his works—protean, provocative, multilayered, and rich—continue to elicit lively responses. This assortment grew out of the F. Scott Fitzgerald convention that convened in Princeton on the centennial of this author's beginning. Bringing jointly dozens of the world's best students and commentators, the convention and the ebook have fun the ever-growing legacy of Fitzgerald's art.
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F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Twenty-First Century by Jackson R. Bryer,Ruth Prigozy,Milton R. Stern,Mary McAleer Balkun,M. T. Inge,Christopher Ames,Stanley Brodwin,Kirk Curnutt,Anne M. Daniel,Morris Dickstein,Edward Gillin,Janet Giltrow,D.G. Kehl,Horst H. Kruse,Veronica Makowsky,Toshifumi Miyawaki,Michael No