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Satirizing the selfishness of the wealthy - Tales Of The Jazz Age is an anthology of classic short stories by the renowned 20th Century American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, who is best known for his enduring classic The Great Gatsby.

Satirizing the selfishness of the wealthy, depicting revelry that escalates into a destructive mob, while offering a sharp look at the flaws of society, and enhanced with introductions to each story by the author, Tales Of The Jazz Age is highly recommended, and this edition would make a perfect choice for school and community libraries needing to replace worn copies of previous editions.

Must reading for F. Scott Fitzgerald enthusiasts - Tales of the Jazz Age is an anthology of nineteen short stories by renowned author F. Scott Fitzgerald, including The Diamond as Big as the Ritz, Dice, Brassknuckles and Guitar, and Love in the Night.

Enhanced with an extensive record of variants, explanatory notes, as well as an extensive introduction concerning the selection and editorial principles of the anthology, Tales of the Jazz Age is a superb edition of classic literature that would grace any academic or library collection -- and is must reading for F. Scott Fitzgerald enthusiasts and fans.

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