Tales of the Jazz Age

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      F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Tales of the Jazz Age” captures the essence of the Roaring Twenties with a vibrant collection of short stories that explore the era’s exuberance, excess, and underlying disillusionment. Published in 1922, this anthology reflects Fitzgerald’s keen observations of the social dynamics and cultural shifts that defined the Jazz Age. Each story delves into different facets of the time, from the flamboyant lifestyles of the rich and glamorous to the struggles and aspirations of the everyday individual.

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      Fitzgerald’s “Tales of the Jazz Age” not only entertains but also provides a critical lens through which to view the contradictions and complexities of the 1920s. His exploration of themes such as wealth, love, ambition, and moral decay resonates deeply, offering insights into the human condition that remain relevant today.

      In “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Fitzgerald presents a fantastical tale about a man who ages in reverse, challenging conventional notions of life and identity. This story, along with others like “May Day” and “The Diamond as Big as the Ritz,” showcases Fitzgerald’s ability to blend realism with imaginative storytelling. His characters, often caught between their desires and societal expectations, navigate a world of changing values and fleeting pleasures. Fitzgerald’s prose, marked by its lyrical quality and sharp wit, brings these stories to life, capturing the spirit of the age with both humor and poignancy.

      Through this collection, Fitzgerald cements his reputation as a master chronicler of his time, deftly portraying the highs and lows of an era defined by its relentless pursuit of novelty and excitement.

      Numbered eBooks: 273

      Number of Unique Covers: 85

      Number of 1:1 Covers: 46

      The Diamond as Big as the Ritz

      15 Unique Designs
      x 7 Numbered eBooks
      = 105 NFT eBooks
      eBook Numbers 168 - 272
      (38.46% of Supply)

      The Jelly-Bean

      13 Unique Designs
      x 6 Numbered eBooks
      = 78 NFT eBooks
      eBook Numbers 90 - 167
      (28.57% of Supply)

      Mr. Icky

      11 Unique Designs
      x 4 Numbered eBooks
      = 44 NFT eBooks
      eBook Numbers 46 - 89
      (16.12% of Supply)

      The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

      22 Unique Designs
      x 1 Numbered eBooks
      = 22 NFT eBooks
      eBook Numbers 24 - 45
      (8.06% of Supply)

      The Camel’s Back

      13 Unique Designs
      x 1 Numbered eBooks
      = 13 NFT eBooks
      eBook Numbers 11 - 23
      (4.76% of Supply)

      O Russet Witch!

      11 Unique Designs
      x 1 Numbered eBooks
      = 11 NFT eBooks
      eBook Numbers 0 - 10
      (4.03% of Supply)

      Details

      Publisher : Book.io

      Series : Multi-Chain

      First Publication Date : 1922

      Author : F. Scott Fitzgerald

      Genres: Anthology, Classics, Fiction, Literature, Novella, Short Story

      Language : English

      Word Count : 65,000

      Format : DEA (Decentralized Encrypted Asset)

      Read On : Book.io eReader dApp

      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

      Author Info

      F. Scott Fitzgerald

      From Wikipedia: Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 – December 21, 1940) was an American novelist, essayist, and short story writer. He is best known for his novels depicting the flamboyance and excess of the Jazz Age—a term he popularized in his short story collection Tales of the Jazz Age. During his lifetime, he published four novels, four story collections, and 164 short stories. Although he achieved temporary popular success and fortune in the 1920s, Fitzgerald received cri… Read More

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