The Jazz Age. A time of opulence and excess. Of boredom and glamour. Of the shifting morals that followed the First World War. The 1920s and '30s were heady decades captured perfectly by Fitzgerald in this collection of short stories. From 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' to 'The Diamond as Big as the Ritz', this collection takes the reader through the turmoil of the early 20th century, when a generation of young people cast off the weight and tradition of the past and embraced the moment.
Tales of the Jazz Age (1922) is a collection of eleven short stories — all of them had been published earlier, independently. Divided into three separate parts, according to subject matter, the collection includes one of the author's better-known short stories, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" and other great works.
F. S. Fitzgerald was an American writer, whose works illustrate the Jazz Age. Tales of Jazz Age VIII is a collection of brilliant short stories, including Two Wrongs and an ironic The Night of Chancellorsville in which a trainload of light ladies is catapulted unawares into the realities of the Civil War.
F. S. Fitzgerald was an American writer, whose works illustrate the Jazz Age. A collection of incredible short stories Tales of the Jazz Age IX brings to vivid life the dazzling excesses, stunning contrasts, and simmering unrest of a glittering era.