F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Jazz Age. Themes and Strategies in his Short Stories


Diploma Thesis, 2015

40 Pages, Grade: 1


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CONTENTS

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Chapter I: 20th Century American Short Fiction
1.1 Most popular American short story writers
1.1.1 Ernest Hemingway
1.1.2 F. Scott Fitzgerald
1.1.3 Stephen King
1.2 Short stories. From writing to reading
1.3 Tips and tricks on how to write short fiction

Chapter II: The Modern World as Reflected in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Short Stories
2.1 Living in the Jazz Age
2.2 “Tales of the Jazz Age” (1922)
2.2.1 “The Camel’s Back”
2.2.2May Day
2.3 “Flappers and Philosophers” (1920)
2.3.1Bernice Bobs Her Hair
2.4 “All the Sad Young Men” (1926)
2.4.1 “Winter Dreams”

Chapter III: Themes in and Critical views of Fitzgerald’s Most Popular Short Stories
3.1 Critical views
3.2 Themes
3.3 Critical chatting: “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”

Conclusions

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Title
F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Jazz Age. Themes and Strategies in his Short Stories
Course
20th Century Literature
Grade
1
Author
Year
2015
Pages
40
Catalog Number
V323386
ISBN (eBook)
9783668264656
ISBN (Book)
9783668264663
File size
914 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Scott Fitzgerald, Short Stories, Jazz Age, Themes, Benjamin Button
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Danaila Costin (Author), 2015, F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Jazz Age. Themes and Strategies in his Short Stories, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/323386

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