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Taps at Reveille brings together a group of F. Scott Fitzgerald's best stories from the 1920s and 1930s, including 'Crazy Sunday', 'Babylon Revisited', and the previously unknown story 'Thank You for the Light', discovered among Fitzgerald's papers and published for the first time in The New Yorker in 2012.
This edition includes a detailed account of the composition of the novel, a textual apparatus, a chronology of composition, and, uniquely, three versions of the ending. Explanatory notes situate The Beautiful and Damned in its times and deepen the reader's understanding of Fitzgerald's sources for the novel.
Fitzgerald planned to publish a collection of his personal essays, but never did. Fortunately he left behind a table of contents, and it has been possible to reconstruct the collection that he envisioned, as My Lost City. This volume features authoritative texts, a textual apparatus, and full explanatory notes.
An edition of twenty Fitzgerald short stories based on surviving manuscripts and typescripts.
This Side of Paradise is the opening statement of Fitzgerald's literary career. Published in 1920, the novel captures the gaudy decade that was to follow in America. This critical edition offers an accurate, fully annotated text based on Fitzgerald's original manuscript, explanatory notes, textual apparatus and appendices.
This critical edition of The Love of The Last Tycoon utilises Fitzgerald's manuscript drafts, revised typescipts, and working notes.
This volume in the authoritative critical edition of Fitzgerald's works reproduces his second collection of short stories, Tales of the Jazz Age, together with several uncollected stories from the early 1920s. This edition includes a full record of variants, tracing Fitzgerald's extensive revisions, detailed historical notes, references and glosses.
Tracing its compositional history, this edition of The Great Gatsby presents the novel in its raw format to reveal the development of character and revision of language. Suitable for critics, teachers and students, this scholarly edition conveys an amalgamation of talent, inspiration and self-discipline which culminated in Fitzgerald's masterpiece.
This volume of the Cambridge Edition includes thirteen short stories published by Fitzgerald in Esquire, together with the entire Pat Hobby series. The volume provides restored, accurate texts based on Fitzgerald's surviving manuscripts, typescripts, and proofs and includes selected facsimiles of Fitzgerald's manuscripts and typescripts for the Esquire writings.
Flappers and Philosophers (1920) was F. Scott Fitzgerald's first collection. Part of the authoritative Cambridge Edition of F. Scott Fitzgerald, this volume now appears in paperback for the first time. It offers detailed explanatory notes, a record of variants and appendices tracing the composition and publication history of the stories.
This first edition ever published of Trimalchio, an early and complete version of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel The Great Gatsby now appears in paperback. Fitzgerald originally submitted the novel as Trimalchio, and virtually rewrote it at galley-proof stage, producing the book we know as The Great Gatsby.