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Answered Questions 7. Any thoughts on which edition I should take a crack at? The original edition or the version revised by Malcolm Cowley? Peter Ellis Don't touch the rewrite. The original fragmented chronology and how that plays with the audience's point of view and perception of character and plot …more Don't touch the rewrite. The original fragmented chronology and how that plays with the audience's point of view and perception of character and plot is one of the best things about this book.
I am finding this book hard to get into I intentionally don't read the reviews not to spoil. I don't feel tempted to continue reading it I've made it to the 16th chapter and that's all. Should I push myself or should I abandon reading it.. Tessa Push through, I agree the beginning can be a little slow but the way he takes it is beautiful.
I felt very satisfied by its ending. I'm quite hesitant to give this book a try, would you all recommend a book like this to a F. Scott Fitzgerald newbie like myself? Erin I wouldn't suggest this as the first of his books to read. I've read Gatsby, Paradise and Damned; and if I'm honest, all of his characters and stories blurred together. I often confuse Paradise and Damned does this one have a life of its own?
Or does he piggy back on his other "Jazz Age" writings? Even within this book, some of the minor …more I have read This Side of Paradise and The Great Gatsby, and I found the characters to be all fairly similar.
Even within this book, some of the minor characters beyond the main ones became muddled for me, because their personalities and stories were all essentially the same. Load 2 more questions. Unanswered Questions 3. Is this edition the original or the rewrite? Who would rewrite F Scott Fitzgerald? Need big cohones my friend. I'm on the last part of the first book, when Diver finds Nicole in the bathroom , she was upset , telling him something about the last party, then it says in that way Rosemary figured out what Violet saw.
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Scott Fitzgerald's "Tender is the Night" ("Blandetea noptii")