With class divides growing ever more troubling, a reader considers the failings of THE GREAT GATSBY adaptation's translation of Fitzgerald's commentary.
A roundup of quotes examining classism and racism through the characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic, THE GREAT GATSBY.
"Every book has the right time and place in one’s life." Is it better to wait for the right time and place to read daunting books like the classics?
"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall." - F. Scott Fitzgerald