Short Stories from the Jazz Age is a collection of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s best short stories, featuring his three masterful volumes: Flappers and Philosophers, Tales of the Jazz Age, and All the Sad Young Men.
This collection provides an insightful overview of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s most effective works of short prose and features famous tales, including ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ and ‘The Diamond as Big as the Ritz’. The author, known for his 1925 novel The Great Gatsby, explores the highs and lows of the Jazz Age in these seminal pieces. Fitzgerald examines themes of disillusionment, extravagance, prosperity, and freedom. Many of his characters are extremely privileged but find their lives are lacking true meaning or love. Delve into the Roaring 20s with this volume and explore the reality of post-war America.
Featuring 28 stories in total, this volume is divided into three sections:
- – Flappers and Philosophers
- – Tales of the Jazz Age
- – All the Sad Young Men
This brand new collection features a specially-commissioned biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald alongside an introductory essay on Jazz Age literature. Short Stories from the Jazz Age is the perfect gift for those who loved The Great Gatsby and is not to be missed by fans of Fitzgerald’s short prose.