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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