Tales from the Jazz Age
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If you know Fitzgerald mainly from "The Great Gatsby," these early stories will fill in the picture - they run from melodrama to fantasy to short, odd drama. "The Camel-Back" is a lighthearted love story; "May-Day" is its opposite, a three-part tragedy in high and low society, vividly reported. One or two of the magazine pieces but other stories, such as "The Lees of Happiness," have enduring heart. The jelly-bean - The camel's back - May Day - Porcelain and pink - The diamond as big as the Ritz - The curious case of Benjamin Button - Tarquin of Cheapside - "O Russet witch!" - The lees of happiness - Mr. Icky - Jemina.
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