A Signed and Inscribed First Edition of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby may sell for as much as $100,000 in Heritage Auctions' Rare Book Auction March 7 in New York. Signed, modern first editions are among the auction's 600 lots, many from private collections, including a rare Inscribed Presentation Copy of J. Show More Summary
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From F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby: Recovering himself in a minute he opened for us two hulking patent cabinets which held his massed suits and dressing-gowns and ties, and his shirts, piled like bricks in stacks a dozen high. “I’ve got a man in England who buys me clothes. He sends over a […]
The manuscript reveals how the classic book was rewritten and reworked throughout the writing process.
In his preface to a beautiful hardcover edition of the manuscript of ‘The Great Gatsby,’ the director argues that Fitzgerald’s novel is as relevant today as it was a century ago.
If you like retro platformers, do I have a game for you today. Witcheye, from the co-creator of the NES game The Great Gatsby, is an upcoming game that looks like a fantastic ode to classic NES games. You play as a witch who transforms into a flying eyeball to get back her stolen ingredients.
Henry Alford imagines humorous suggestions for what great works of art and literature, such as the “Mona Lisa” and “The Great Gatsby,” really mean.
Listening to Taylor Swift’s new album, Reputation, it seems Swift—a hopeless romantic with a carefully curated image who throws extravagant parties and is obsessed with the past—might be a fan of The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s...Show More Summary
This mansion on Gatsby Lane isn’t so great.
Politico, Richard Nixon, Awkward American Icon: In many ways, Richard Nixon’s story is as American as The Great Gatsby — or so writes John Farrell in his recent article for Politico Magazine. He came from humble beginnings, pursued a dream beyond his rank in life and harbored great ambition fueled...
Like the rich couple in “The Great Gatsby,” the president is exceedingly careless about just about everyone except himself — including slain solders.
The Santa Ana shop first opened in 1988 on Bristol Street. Its small rooms were packed with thousands of costumes of all kinds, from period outfits befitting a Roman emperor to 1920s Great Gatsby, Western saloon girls, pirates, animals, the Flintstones, and tons more. There were plenty of costumes for kids, too.
Shop a similar look: Ottoman | Mirror | Side Table Are you a big fan of “The Great Gatsby”? Do you dream of the Roaring Twenties, complete with flapper dresses, swing dancing and everything in between? Then, you’ll love this installment of our Defining a Style Series. Show More Summary
“Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me,” said F. Scott Fitzgerald. And while the author probably wasn’t talking about their taste in real estate, it will take someone with deep pockets to purchase the...Show More Summary
Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan explains why she was never satisfied with her performance in Baz Luhrmann's big budget 2013 take on F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.
(Image credit: Small Space Design Ideas via Stadshem) Whether you live in a mansion or a Sprinter van, implementing a good space-efficient solution is always a satisfying feat. If you can stand giving up your Great Gatsby dreams of putting...Show More Summary
“Write drunk, edit sober” may sound like a sage piece of advice, but it didn't come from the author of The Great Gatsby.
Golfers, Southern Proper Hospitality invites you to kick up your heels on the greens for New Story Charity, an organization that builds homes for impoverished families around the developing world. Swing through a day of golf and socializing at Cumming’s Polo Golf & Country Club on Monday, Aug. Show More Summary
“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me – you can’t get fooled again.” Following President Trump’s misstatement of a line from The Great Gatsby, The Guardian has a quiz of literary misquotations for your mid-week amusement. The post Wake up and Smell the Covfefe appeared first on The Millions.
You buy an iPhone 6 assuming you will like it more than you liked your old iPhone 5. You were excited to read Tender Is The Night because The Great Gatsby was a worthy tale. You had high hopes for The Godfather Part II on your Christmas...Show More Summary