Critical Essays on F Scott Fitzgerald's Tender Is the Night (Critical Essays on American Literature) ePub download
by Milton R. Stern
- ISBN: 0816184445
- ISBN13: 978-0816184446
- ePub: 1743 kb | FB2: 1606 kb
- Language: English
- Category: History & Criticism
- Publisher: G K Hall; large type edition edition (March 1, 1986)
- Pages: 280
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 316
- Format: lit rtf lrf azw
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Introductory Article to Scott Fitzgerald's critics collection. The essays in this book by Edwin Fussell, Malcolm Cowley, Leslie Fiedler, Tom Burnam, and D. S. Savage are products of that time.
Introductory Article to Scott Fitzgerald's critics collection. Hemingway took him so severely to task in a letter about Tender Is the Night that he felt it necessary to apologize by adding, About this time I wouldn’t blame you if you gave me a burst.
Stern, Milton . Tender is the Night: The Broken Universe, New York: Twayne, 1994. Wexelblatt, Robert, 'F. Scott Fitzgerald and D. H. Lawrence: Bicycles and Incest', American Literature, vol. 59, no. 3, 1987: 377-88. Swann, Charles, 'A Fitzgerald Debt to Keats', Notes and Queries, vol. 235, no. 4 (Dec. 1990): 437-8.
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Tender Is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Critical Survey of Literature for Students). Diver and the American character at this time are incomplete; each is detrimentally eclectic and depends for support on props such as music, money, and material possessions. Incompleteness nourishes Diver’s paternalistic assimilation of portions of the personalities that surround him and depend on him. His need to be needed, however, causes him to assimilate more weaknesses than strengths, and the organic process is abortive. The American character is presented as being a limited, possessive one.
Tender Is the Night is divided into three sections, or Books. Although the novel is narrated in the third person, Book One opens from the perspective of Rosemary Hoyt and focuses on the glittering surface of Dick and Nicole Divers' life
Tender Is the Night is divided into three sections, or Books. Although the novel is narrated in the third person, Book One opens from the perspective of Rosemary Hoyt and focuses on the glittering surface of Dick and Nicole Divers' life. This section contains 692 words (approx. 2 pages at 400 words per page). More summaries and resources for teaching or studying Tender Is the Night. Browse all BookRags Study Guides
Fitzgerald, F. Scott. London: Penguin, 1968. Imagining Paris: Exile, Writing, and American Identity. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night, ed. Milton R.
Fitzgerald, F. Giddings, Robert and Keith Selby. The Classic Serial on Television and Radio. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001. Hall, William F. Dialogue and Theme in Tender is the Night. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993. Hall & C. 1986, 21–31.
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Evolution and History of Tender Is The Night. Fitzgerald had the germ of an idea for a story roughly a decade before it ultimately became the novel that was published. The story was to center on Francis Melarky, a young Hollywood technician who eventually kills his mother. Fitzgerald was grimly fascinated by the Leopold and Loeb murders in Chicago and wanted to experiment with the idea of cold-blooded killing. It is this book version, the only full-length rendition of the text to appear in F. Scott Fitzgerald's lifetime, that the following study guide will use as its source.