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"Undertaken from the point of view of the librarian, this appraisal of F. Scott Fitzgerald, one of the controversial figures of the 1920's and 1930's, presents information about his life and work, indicates his acceptance as revealed through reviewers' reactions, and assesses his position as a serious writer. The paper deals only with the following books which have appeared in hard covers: This Side of Paradise, Flappers and Philosophers, The Beautiful and Damned, The Vegetable, The Great Gatsby, All the Sad Young Men, Tender is the Night, Taps at Reveille, The Last Tycoon, The Portable F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Crack-Up, Stores, and Afternoon of an Author. The reviews' reactions were secured from reviews located through Book Review Digest"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 77-87).
Florida State University
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