F. Scott Fitzgerald
Review: The Great Gatsby THE GREAT GATSBY, F. Scott Fitzgerald's portrait of the Jazz Age in all its decadence and excess, is, as editor Maxwell Perkins praised it in 1924, "a wonder." It remains one of the most widely read, translated, admired, imitated and studied twentiethcentury works of American fiction. This deceptively simple work, Fitzgerald's best known, was hailed by critics as capturing the spirit of the ...
I love this book. One of my favorite readings.
Interesting characters and thought provoking message about culture and our place in it all While the book is universally praised as a masterpiece of world literature, I couldn't help but feel that the narrative was slightly lacking. I felt like I knew what was going to happen the entire time, up until a slight turn at the end. Other than that I found most of the characters interesting and appreciated Gatsby's mysteriousness because without it he becomes a stereotype out of a typical romance tale. And having the storytold through the view of a supporting character was truly genius.
The great Gatsby
Great gaspy Great book
Can't, couldn't be better. The best book in twenties literature