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This Side of Paradise, F. Scott Fitzgerald's romantic and witty first novel, was written when the author was only twenty-three years old. This semiautobiographical story of the handsome, indulged, and idealistic Princeton student Amory Blaine received critical raves and catapulted Fitzgerald to instant fame.
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This Side of Paradiseby F. Now, readers can enjoy the newly edited, authorized version of this early classic of the Jazz Age, based on Fitzgerald's original manuscript. In this definitive text, This Side of Paradise captures the rhythms and romance of Fitzgerald's youth and offers a poignant portrait of the "Lost Generation.
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Scott Fitzgerald, Read in , tagged Century of Books , F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Basil and Josephine Stories, This Side of Paradise on December In his two previous novels both protagonists (Amory Blaine in This Side of Paradise and Anthony Patch in The Beautiful and Damned) come from extremely wealthy backgrounds.
In The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald shifts the focus and places a man from a poor background in the central role. Dec 16, · In his semi-autobiographical quest novel This Side of Paradise, F. Scott Fitzgerald creates a self-portrait through Amory Blaine, a male protagonist who struggles to discover his self-identity.
Learning that conforming to the general population does not satisfy him, Amory finds the love of his life, Rosalind Connage. Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin Amory Blaine—the protagonist of the book, is clearly based on Fitzgerald.
Both are from the Midwest, attended Princeton, had a failed romance with a debutante, served in the army, then had a failed romance with a second debutante (though after the success of .
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