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Tales from the Jazz Age by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Tales from the Jazz Age
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Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
ISBN/ASIN: 0812218558
ISBN-13: 9780812218558
Number of pages: 344

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Though most widely known for the novella The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald gained a major source of income as a professional writer from the sale of short stories. His second short fiction collection, Tales of the Jazz Age (1922), includes two masterpieces as well as several other stories from his earlier career. All of these stories, like his best novels, meld Fitzgerald's fascination with wealth with an awareness of a larger world, creating a subtle social critique.

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