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New essays on F. Scott Fitzgerald's neglected stories

Author: Jackson R Bryer
Publisher: Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1996.
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A collection of critical essays on Fitzgerald's lesser-known short stories. The novellas discussed include "The Spire and the Gargoyle", "Bernice Bobs her Hair", "An Alcoholic Case", and "The Lost  Read more...

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New essays on F. Scott Fitzgerald's neglected stories.
Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1996
(OCoLC)605049030
Named Person: F Scott Fitzgerald; F Scott Fitzgerald; Francis Scott Fitzgerald; F Scott Fitzgerald
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jackson R Bryer
ISBN: 0826210392 9780826210395
OCLC Number: 33948713
Description: xi, 367 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Jackson R. Bryer --
A Style Is Born: The Rhetoric of Loss in "The Spire and the Gargoyle" / Gerald Pike --
"Dalyrimple Goes Wrong": The Best of the Neglected Early Stories / Robert Merrill --
The Grace of "Benediction" / Edward Gillin --
Fitzgerald's Christmas Carol, or the Burden of "The Camel's Back" / Alan Cheuse --
"Bernice Bobs Her Hair": Fitzgerald's Jazz Elegy for Little Women / Susan F. Beegel --
"John Jackson's Arcady": The Lamentable F. Scott Fitzgerald / James J. Martine --
Climbing "Jacob's Ladder" / Alan Margolies --
Distant Idols: Fate and the Work Ethic in "The Bowl" / Bryant Mangum --
"Outside the Cabinet-Maker's": Fitzgerald's "Ode to a Nightingale" / Bruce L. Grenberg --
The Southern and the Satirical in "The Last of the Belles" / Heidi Kunz Bullock --
Fitzgerald's Very "Rough Crossing" / William H. Loos and Victor A. Doyno --
"The Swimmers": Strokes against the Current / Robert Roulston --
"Two Wrongs," or One Wrong Too Many / Scott Donaldson --
Flakes of Black Snow: "One Trip Abroad" Reconsidered / John Kuehl --
What Fitzgerald Thought of the Jews: Resisting Type in "The Hotel Child" / Barry Gross and Eric Fretz --
An Unsentimental Education: "The Rubber Check" / Ruth Prigozy --
"What a Handsome Pair!" and the Institution of Marriage / James L. W. West III --
Bette Weaver, R.N.: "Her Last Case" / George Monteiro --
The Cartoonist, the Nurse, and the Writer: "An Alcoholic Case" / Arthur Waldhorn --
Recovering "The Lost Decade" / Alice Hall Petry --
Initiation and Intertextuality in The Basil and Josephine Stories / James Nagel --
Philippe, "Count of Darkness," and F. Scott Fitzgerald, Feminist? / Peter L. Hays --
Will the Real Pat Hobby Please Stand Up? / Milton R. Stern.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Jackson R. Bryer.

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