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Suggestion for Further Reading

Suggestion for Further Reading

Suggestion for Further Reading

Suggestion for Further Reading

Suggestion for Further Reading

Suggestion for Further Reading

Bloom, Harold, ed. F. Scott Fitgerald’s The Great Gatsby. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 2003.

Bruccoli, Andrew J., ed. New Essays on The Great Gatsby. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Ed. Andrew Turnbull. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1963.

———. Trimalchio: An Early Version of The Great Gatsby. Ed. James L. West. New York: Cambridge University Press, new edition 2002.

Lehan, Richard D. F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Craft of Fiction. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1966.

Milford, Nancy. Zelda. New York: Harper Perennial, reprint edition 2001.

Turnbull, Andrew. Scott Fitzgerald. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1962.

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Nevermind <:l

by sugarspicemuffins, January 16, 2013

Sorry! He does get a call from Chicago but later when Nick says goodbye he gets a call from Philadelphie. My bad!

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Gatsby's Party

by skycitizenetta, January 17, 2013

Nick does not get drunk at Gatsby's party--in chapter two, he gets drunk at Tom and Myrtle's party. Gatsby's party does not occur until chapter three.

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Gatsby's car

by seaberd, February 14, 2013

wouldn't gatsby's car symbolize anything? have an assignment and I didn't think his car ment anything till it asked what it symbolized, can any one help?

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