Francis Scott Fitzgerald

Flappers and Philosophers

The first collection of short stories written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, published in 1920.
229 printed pages

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    ssharifhas quoted4 years ago
    brought up on memories instead of money.
    jkskippygirlhas quoted7 years ago
    My courage is faith—faith in the eternal resilience of me—that joy'll come back, and hope and spontaneity. And I feel that till it does I've got to keep my lips shut and my chin high, and my eyes wide
    jkskippygirlhas quoted7 years ago
    "You see," said Carlyle softly, "this is the beauty I want. Beauty has got to be astonishing, astounding—it's got to burst in on you like a dream, like the exquisite eyes of a girl."

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