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Tender is the Night
Tender is the Night
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
ISBN: 4401
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Book Type: Paperback
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knittymama avatar reviewed Tender is the Night on + 424 more book reviews
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I did not enjoy this story. It seemed very fragmented and seemed to jump around all over the place. It was interesting, however, to see the dynamics between men and women for that time period.
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A must-read for Fitzgerald fans. Mirrors his own life with Zelda.
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Finally got around to reading this classic. So interesting with lots of information onhow cultures affect out actions. Really enjoyed it.
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I cannot exaggerate how beautifully this book is written. I am a picky reader and often favor style over substance but Fitzgerald is a master of weaving a great story with exquisite style. That said, it is not overdone -- Fitzgerald is not trying to impress but rather to enchant. And he does a damned good job at that. Overall, a highly recommended book!
daylily avatar reviewed Tender is the Night on + 52 more book reviews
Again if your a Fitzgerald fan, you will enjoy the book.
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A story about lust and love, a lost love. A masterpeice by Fitzgerald.
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This book tells the story of Dick Diver, a young psychiatrist whose career was thwarted and his genius numbed through marriage to the exquisite and wealthy Nicole Warren.

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Dick Diver (Primary Character)
Nicole Diver (Primary Character)
Rosemary Hoyt (Major Character)
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