The Love of the Last Tycoon

Classic Literary Fiction

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Last Tycoon, edited by the renowned literary critic Edmund Wilson, was first published a year after Fitzgerald’s death and includes the author’s notes and outline for his unfinished literary masterpiece. It is the story of the young Hollywood mogul Monroe Stahr, a character inspired by the life of boy-genius Irving Thalberg, and is an exposé of the studio system in its….Read More

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