Francis Scott Fitzgerald

The Rich Boy

The Rich Boy is a short story by American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. The author wrote it in 1924, in Capri, while awaiting publication of The Great Gatsby. It might be an extension of The Great Gatsby, enlarging the examination of the effects of wealth on character.
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    Victorioushas quotedlast month
    Begin with an individual, and before you know it you find that you have created a type; begin with a type, and you find that you have created—nothing
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    Begin with an individual, and before you know it you find that you have created a type; begin with a type, and you find that you have created—nothing. That is because we are all queer fish, queerer behind our faces and voices than we want any one to know or than we know ourselves. When I hear a man proclaiming himself an "average, honest, open fellow," I feel pretty sure that he has some definite and perhaps terrible abnormality which he has agreed to conceal—and his protestation of being average and honest and open is his way of reminding himself of his misprision.
    Дина Кравченкоhas quotedlast year
    she saw in Anson the two extremes which the emotionally shiftless woman seeks, an abandon to indulgence alternating with a protective strength

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