ISBN 9780091894597,The Six Value Medals

The Six Value Medals


Random House



Random House

Publication Year 2005

ISBN 9780091894597

ISBN-10 009189459X


Number of Pages 176 Pages
Language (English)

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This Side Of Paradise, Authored By F. Scott Fitzgerald, Is An Intense Novel About A Young Man Called Amory Blaine And His Life As A Post-World War I Youth. Summary Of The Book Amory Blaine Is A Young Man Who Experiments With Literature While Studying At The Princeton University. The Novel Has Two Books With An Interlude In Between. Book One Is Called The Romantic Egotist And Book Two Is Called The Education Of A Personage. Amory Would Have Served In The Army And Has Two Failed Romantic Relationships. This Side Of Paradise Is The First Novel Penned By Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald Brings Out A Touch Of Drama, Free Verse And Even Poetry Through The Character Amory In The Novel. A Must Read For F. Scott Fitzgerald'S Ardent Fans. About F. Scott Fitzgerald F. Scott Fitzgerald Was Born In 1896 In St. Paul, Minnesota. He Is, To The Present Day, Considered As One Of The Most Renowned Novelists And Short Story Writers In English. He Was Much Famous For His Exemplary Writings Of The Jazz Age, A Term Coined By Him. He Spent Most Of His Early Childhood In Buffalo, New York. There, He Studied At The Holy Angels Convent And Then Joined The Nardin Academy. His Family Later Moved Back To Minnesota In The Year 1908, Post Which He Joined The St. Paul Academy. Fitzgerald Later Enrolled In The Princeton University, But He Dropped Out To Join The U.S. Army. Fitzgerald Married Zelda Sayre After He Was Discharged From The Army. They Had A Daughter Who Was Christened As Frances Scott Fitzgerald. He Was Associated With Hollywood As Well. Some Of His Works Have Been Adapted Into Movies Which Have Been Very Famous. Fitzgerald Died At The Age Of 44. He Was, At The Time, Writing His Last Novel, The Love Of The Last Tycoon, And Left It Incomplete. Some Of His Notable Works Are The Great Gatsby, Tender Is The Night, Babylon Revisited And Other Stories, The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button And The Diamond As Big As The Ritz.