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F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) was an accomplished writer who wrote novels primarily to impress the love of his life, Zelda, and to prove that he could support her. He married her shortly after his first novel, This Side of Paradise, was published. He's best known for writing The Great Gatsby, which has been a massive bestseller since its first publication, and has been adapted for the movies numerous times.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic Read 25. März 2014
Von Cynthia M - Veröffentlicht auf
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This was my first book by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and it was amazing! I highly recommend it. Got the idea to read it from Gossip Girl and I'm glad they mentioned it or I never would have checked it out.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen After reading The Great Gatsby, I was craving to read more of ... 17. Dezember 2014
Von Iknoor Kaur - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book was one hell of an experience. When I started reading the book, well 50 pages down and I was EXHAUSTED! The book is overwhelming in every measure. It makes you feel varied emotions some too strong to even comprehend. By the time you're about 110 pages down, the book begins to make absolutely no sense and you begin to wonder whether the book has ever seen an editor. Following that the book has several ramblings, a real daily soap talking about two people who are completely screwed up in their heads. And then - tada - finally after 194 pages of you pushing yourself to read ahead - comes THE END which surprisingly makes you forget every bit of that pain that you went through trying to get past the last 80 pages of the book. Everything just suddenly makes sense and there goes Fitzgerald's brilliance!

After reading The Great Gatsby, I was craving to read more of Fitzgerald's work. His language, writing style- almost everything - floored me. I was quite in awe for a week after I read the book still trying to fathom how this man managed to weave words in such an unordinary fashion. But this book is what reveals the true Fitzgerald. While he is definitely verbose, he understands the insides of a human being. Emotions which we ourselves don't understand in spite of going through them. He manages to actually make you empathise with both the characters in different ways.

Though I will still hold that this book needed a lot and lot of editing, I'm actually glad I had the patience and somehow managed to get through till the end. Because the one sentence that closes the book really sums up the petty things one lives for and speaks of the real nature of humanity.

Probably my interpretation of this book goes on a complete tangent to what the book really is about but this was an experience I ought to share. I've never taken this long to finish a book because I usually leave a book midway if I don't like it. But this book made me stay and that in itself I consider an absolute power that the book possesses.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Real life depression 20. März 2016
Von Robbi P Freeman - Veröffentlicht auf
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A look into the rich of the early 1900s New York. Anthony Patch is waiting for his grandfather to pass to inherit his millions. At the start of the book he is living on $7500 a month, has finished college, has traveled but came home because his grandfather is sick. The big issue with Anthony is he refuses to work. He is "too good" for anything. Then he meets the beautiful Gloria Gilbert who has had many relationships but never settles down. Anthony and her meet then he plays hard to get and ends up with the girl. This novel goes through their marriage and the lawsuit to inherit grandfather's money after he lost his inheritance to Edward Who was caring for his grandfather.
Basically it comes down to Anthony and Gloria being both spoiled and used to money that they are so immature in life that they start to lose everything. Their marriage is a game to both and eventually they get "bored" and start partying and drinking on long binges. Grandfather Patch walked in on one party and they lose the inheritance when he dies because Edward the caregiver would not let the weak willed Anthony see his grandfather again.
Basically the entire book is Anthony and Gloria thinking they are so much better then everyone but really Anthony is manic depressive and Gloria loses her independence by staying with Anthony. Both have ideas of working but Anthony passes up on chances for Gloria and Gloria passes up chances for Anthony. Then we read about the parties, drinking and they drag each other down and down the entire book. Eventually after rock bottom they do inherit the money and Anthony thinks he was right to never work and that's the end.
Why a three star Book? It's a classic and does an excellent job or portraying the spoiled rich. It was just depressing to read but real life can be like that. How many people honestly have the perfect marriage, the money and the fairytale life. Most people get bored but find an interest that is not self destructive. Most people have hard times in their marriages but find ways to fix it. This is a story of how two people can be really bad for each other.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Hated it 30. Dezember 2015
Von S Mason - Veröffentlicht auf
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The story is long and not very interesting. From the title, I expected more "damnation"--more sin. And I absolutely hated Gloria, the main female character. She was just a bitch. Now, I don't want you to think I just don't like Fitzgerald. I love Gatsby, and others. I just didn't like this one. I also adore Hemingway, so see, it's not just some girly thing. I read the whole thing, because I sort of have a rule about that. But I just never cared about anyone in the story.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This novel is an excellent example of the writing of F 1. Oktober 2016
Von Diana S. Long - Veröffentlicht auf
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This novel is an excellent example of the writing of F. Scott Fitzgerald and his “Lost Generation”. The story line is not all that complicated and the two protagonists of the story, Anthony and Gloria are both living fast and doing everything to excess. The synopsis of the story is more in depth so just a glance at what the story covers is a bit lacking. The ending was a surprise for me since the majority of the story read more like a train wreck. I suppose I thought they should both end up in the gutter or begging on some street corner or possibly freeing up some space in the human life forms on earth. I do have to admit that I was entertained reading this novel.
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