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The Reason For Cold Turkey

Hello, January! That magic time of year when weeks of unbridled decadence skid to a halt puddling into a big pile of regret and shame. It is time for a reckoning. 994 more words


A Moveable Feast

Ernest Hemingway

Paris in the 1920s was a magical time for Hemingway. He and his first wife Hadley lived very frugally, but his lack of cash was more than compensated for by the richness of the people who moved through his life: Sylvia Beach, Gertrude Stein, F. 53 more words

Book Reviews

“Breathing dreams



F. Scott Fitzgerald


Mini Reviews: Q&A, The Great Gatsby

I did get a bit audiobook-crazy lately, though I think this was due to my being able to multitask. Why not knit and/or play mini-games  36 more words


Getting Past Gatsby

F. Scott Fitzgerald was in the news at the end of last year owing to the discovery of a batch of “lost” stories which are apparently due to be published this year. 581 more words

Book Review: Z - A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald

“If only people could travel as easily as words. Wouldn’t that be something? If only we could be so easily revised.” – Zelda Fitzgerald

Today I’ll be reviewing the book Z – A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald written by…

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Exhibition: 1920s JAZZ AGE Fashion & Photographs

F.Scott Fitzgerald published This Side of Paradise in 1920; it established the novelist as a voice of the young, and radical generation . He made the modern woman, The Flapper, his speciality. 282 more words