Author(s): F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Great Gatsby, the third book by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is the tried discovery of his artery. Published for first succession in 1925, this novel by celsitud of the era of jazz has been acclaimed by gestations of professors. The description of the mysteriously rich Jay Gatsby and his attachment to the beautiful Daisy Buchanan, of lavish bustle on Long Island at a time when The New York Times pointed out that "gin was the regional drink and genital national mania" is a exquisitely packaged account of America in the 1920 division.
Regarded as one of the most celebrated writers of the American 20th century, Fitzgerald's gift was his ability to capture the very essence of the American experience in his writing, with his most famous novel The Great Gatsby, lauded as a classic even today.