F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Twenty-First Century.

By: Bryer, Jackson RContributor(s): Prigozy, Ruth | Stern, Milton R | Stern, Milton R | Balkun, Mary McAleer | Inge, M. T | Ames, Christopher | Brodwin, Stanley | Curnutt, Kirk | Daniel, Anne M | Dickstein, Morris | Gillin, Edward | Giltrow, Janet | Kehl, D.G | Kruse, Horst H | Makowsky, Veronica | Miyawaki, Toshifumi | Nowlin, Michael | Prchal, Tim | Raubicheck, Walter | Stouck, David | Tanner, Stephen L | Wegener, FrederickMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (387 p.)ISBN: 9780817385460Subject(s): Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940 -- Criticism and interpretation | Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Twenty-First CenturyDDC classification: 813.52 | 813/.52 LOC classification: PS3511PS3511.I9Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. "Blue as the Sky, Gentlemen": Fitzgerald's Princeton through The Prince; 2. Princeton, Pragmatism, and Fitzgerald's Sentimental Journey; 3. The Catholic Romanticism of This Side of Paradise; 4. The Devil and F. Scott Fitzgerald; 5. Youth Culture and the Spectacle of Waste: This Side of Paradise and The Beautiful and Damned; 6. Mencken's Defense of Women and the Marriage Plot of The Beautiful and Damned; 7. "One Cannot Both Spend and Have": The Economics of Gender in Fitzgerald's Josephine Stories
8. Pastoral Mode and Language in The Great Gatsby9. F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1937: A Manuscript Study of "A Full Life"; 10. F. Scott Fitzgerald and Willa Cather: A New Study; 11. Noxious Nostalgia: Fitzgerald, Faulkner, and the Legacy of Plantation Fiction; 12. Thalia Does the Charleston: Humor in the Fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald; 13. F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Funny Papers: The Commentary of Mickey Mouse and Charlie Brown; 14. The "Two Civil Wars" of F. Scott Fitzgerald; 15. "A Writer for Myself": F. Scott Fitzgerald and Haruki Murakami; 16. Pat Hobby and the Fictions of the Hollywood Writer
17. Tune in Next Month: Fitzgerald's Pat Hobby and the Popular Series18. Fitzgerald: The Authority of Failure; 19. The Last Tycoon and Fitzgerald's Last Style; Works Cited; List of Contributors; Index
Summary: This thought-provoking collection explores significant new facets of an American author of lasting international stature. As the author of some of the most compelling short stories ever written, two of the central novels in American literature, and some of the most beautiful prose ever penned, F. Scott Fitzgerald is read and studied all over the world. Sixty-two years after his death, his works-protean, provocative, multilayered, and rich-continue to elicit spirited responses. This collection grew out of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference that convened in Princeton at the centennial of this author's birth. Bringing together dozens of the world's leading scholars and commentators, the conference and the book celebrate the ever-growing legacy of Fitzgerald's art. The subjects of these 19 essays reflect the contributors' wish to shine new light on less-frequently discussed aspects of Fitzgerald's work. Topics include Fitzgerald's Princeton influences and his expression of Catholic romanticism; his treatments of youth culture, the devil, and waste; parallels in the work of Mencken, Cather, and Murakami; and the ways gender, pastoral mode, humor, and the Civil War are variously presented in his work. One illustrated summary examines Fitzgerald's effect on popular culture through his appearance in the comics. Two broad overviews-one on Fitzgerald's career and another on the final developments in the author's style-round out the collection. The international scope of the contributors to this volume reflects Fitzgerald's worldwide reputation and appeal. With extensive treatments of This Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and Damned, The Last Tycoon, and the Pat Hobby stories, this collection makes an unusual and significant contribution to the field of Fitzgerald studies.
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Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. "Blue as the Sky, Gentlemen": Fitzgerald's Princeton through The Prince; 2. Princeton, Pragmatism, and Fitzgerald's Sentimental Journey; 3. The Catholic Romanticism of This Side of Paradise; 4. The Devil and F. Scott Fitzgerald; 5. Youth Culture and the Spectacle of Waste: This Side of Paradise and The Beautiful and Damned; 6. Mencken's Defense of Women and the Marriage Plot of The Beautiful and Damned; 7. "One Cannot Both Spend and Have": The Economics of Gender in Fitzgerald's Josephine Stories

8. Pastoral Mode and Language in The Great Gatsby9. F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1937: A Manuscript Study of "A Full Life"; 10. F. Scott Fitzgerald and Willa Cather: A New Study; 11. Noxious Nostalgia: Fitzgerald, Faulkner, and the Legacy of Plantation Fiction; 12. Thalia Does the Charleston: Humor in the Fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald; 13. F. Scott Fitzgerald in the Funny Papers: The Commentary of Mickey Mouse and Charlie Brown; 14. The "Two Civil Wars" of F. Scott Fitzgerald; 15. "A Writer for Myself": F. Scott Fitzgerald and Haruki Murakami; 16. Pat Hobby and the Fictions of the Hollywood Writer

17. Tune in Next Month: Fitzgerald's Pat Hobby and the Popular Series18. Fitzgerald: The Authority of Failure; 19. The Last Tycoon and Fitzgerald's Last Style; Works Cited; List of Contributors; Index

This thought-provoking collection explores significant new facets of an American author of lasting international stature. As the author of some of the most compelling short stories ever written, two of the central novels in American literature, and some of the most beautiful prose ever penned, F. Scott Fitzgerald is read and studied all over the world. Sixty-two years after his death, his works-protean, provocative, multilayered, and rich-continue to elicit spirited responses. This collection grew out of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference that convened in Princeton at the centennial of this author's birth. Bringing together dozens of the world's leading scholars and commentators, the conference and the book celebrate the ever-growing legacy of Fitzgerald's art. The subjects of these 19 essays reflect the contributors' wish to shine new light on less-frequently discussed aspects of Fitzgerald's work. Topics include Fitzgerald's Princeton influences and his expression of Catholic romanticism; his treatments of youth culture, the devil, and waste; parallels in the work of Mencken, Cather, and Murakami; and the ways gender, pastoral mode, humor, and the Civil War are variously presented in his work. One illustrated summary examines Fitzgerald's effect on popular culture through his appearance in the comics. Two broad overviews-one on Fitzgerald's career and another on the final developments in the author's style-round out the collection. The international scope of the contributors to this volume reflects Fitzgerald's worldwide reputation and appeal. With extensive treatments of This Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and Damned, The Last Tycoon, and the Pat Hobby stories, this collection makes an unusual and significant contribution to the field of Fitzgerald studies.

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Edited by three eminent Fitzgerald scholars, this fine book comprises 19 incisive and provocative essays (most written for this collection) by, for the most part, well-known Fitzgerald critics. The content is as varied as the international origins of its authors. In scope, the volume is vast and original, treating subjects rarely or too infrequently addressed: the influence on Fitzgerald of the Princeton publication The Prince and of H.L. Mencken, Willa Cather, Catholic romanticism, and the Civil War. The book even includes a study of parodies of Fitzgerald's work in comics. Stern contributes a fine essay on the unfinished final novel The Last Tycoon, the only novel omitted from his highly respected book The Golden Moment: The Novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald (CH, Jul'71). ^BSumming Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and Fitzgerald scholars. B. H. Leeds Central Connecticut State University

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Jackson R. Bryer is Professor of English at the University of Maryland and author of The Critical Reputation of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Ruth Prigozy is Professor of English at Hofstra University and editor of The Cambridge Companion to F. Scott Fitzgerald. Milton R. Stern is Professor Emeritus of English at The University of Connecticut and author of The Golden Moment: The Novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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