Self-made millionaire Jay Gatsby epitomizes the decadence of the 1920s Jazz Age in this tale of mobility and decline, told with detached curiosity by his neighbor and confidant Nick Carraway. This new edition offers a selection of contemporary critical commentary on this classic American novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Also in this volume is an introductory essay by Yale literature professor Harold Bloom, a bibliography, a chronology of Fitzgerald's life, and an index for quick reference.
This is Book 17 in the Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations Series. See all Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations books here.