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BOOK MONDAY: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

A classic. This book was the best thing that happened to my senior year literature class.

I used to have so many lines from the book memorized (I had no choice, it was for my final exam, I’m not THAT nerdy), but now I’ve forgotten most of them. 232 more words

The Completely Nonsensical F. Scott Fitzgerald Hero Power Rankings

Following the end of my previous post where I let Fitzgerald do the hard work of finding the perfect ending for me, I decided to go back and revisit my favourite writer. 1,097 more words

An Unfinished Project

Hemingway noted in A Moveable Feast F. Scott’s unfinished novel The Love of the Last Tycoon would have made a fine book. A Moveable Feast… 477 more words

Self Help

The Great Gatsby

I remember reading the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald in high school as part of a standard curriculum reading list. I read it grudgingly and didn’t enjoy it. 250 more words

Book Reviews

Bookshelves: Trophy Cabinets of Splendid Editing

Book editors are largely underrated.

It is a popular belief that the greatest of writers never had or never will have an editor overlook their work, but of course this is entirely untrue. 233 more words



I’ve always been fascinated by the Fitzgerald’s and recently I’ve become particularly interested in the details of their marriage and Zelda in general. Therese Anne Fowler, the author, created this beautifully written novel that really opened my eyes to Zelda’s struggles in dealing with her fame obsessed husband. 75 more words