The Great Gatsby Author:F. Scott Fitzgerald He was in love with the golden girl of a gilded era. — He was Jay Gatsby, a self-made millionaire who gave wild and lavish parties attended by strangers. — "In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars." — She was Daisy Buchanan, a young, rich beauty with bright eyes and a passiona... more »te mouth.
"High in a white palace, the king's daughter, the golden girl."
Even her voice was "full of money."
A great novel of a glittering era, of amazing richness and scope, this is the most dazzling fiction we possess of the Jazz Age's reckless revels.
A fable of the roaring twenties that will survive as a legend.« less