Tales of the Jazz Age


Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald

Tales of the Jazz Age is a collection of 11 stories divided into three parts based on the topics. The collection included one of Fitzgerald’s best known stories, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”. It also included stories published earlier in publications like the Saturday Evening Post and Vanity Fair.,,This edition of Fitzgerald’s Tales of the Jazz Age is specially for….Read More

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