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The Great Gatsby: The Graphic Novel

Fordham (To Kill a Mockingbird: A Graphic Novel) retains much of Fitzgerald’s singular prose, which Morton (His Dream of the Skyland) illustrates with an eye toward period detail and restraint that blossoms into expressive tableaus of vivid color at key moments. Here, Fitzgerald’s incisive exposé of the shallow excesses of the elite feels startlingly fresh nearly 100 years after its original publication.

Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald enthusiasts will find these revealing letters sad but insightful

The Thoughtbook of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Secret Boyhood Diary

For the general reader, the editor's material would be more enlightening than the diary itself. But scholars and Fitzgerald buffs wanting to trace the author's style and substance back to his juvenilia will want to consider this slight volume.

Five by Fitzgerald

Whether you are revisiting these classic stories or just discovering them, this audio presentation is excellent...

A Short Autobiography

At the time of his death, Fitzgerald had not published an autobiographical work of any sort—something almost unimaginable in today's climate...

The Beautiful and Damned

The story of Anthony Patch's pursuit of the beautiful, spoiled Gloria Gilbert and their financial and social decline after marriage seems interminable and rather self-indulgent; the dialog and descriptions, too, are strained...

The Great Gatsby

Canadian actor William Hope reads Naxos AudioBooks' first unabridged production of Fitzgerald's classic novel of the Roaring Twenties...

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