New York, NY 10024
The Great Gatsby
First published in 1925, this novel is Fitzgerald's most famous chronicle of life in the Jazz Age. The Great Gatsby has been revered for its poignant symbolism, memorable characters, and problematic relationship with extravagance and materiality. Widely considered to be "The Great American Novel," any collection of literature would be incomplete without the presence of this masterful work. Contained in a decorative slipcase, the iconic cover of this copy is a facsimile of the first edition of the book, maintaining the glamour, tragedy, and exuberance of the period, the plot, and Fitzgerald's prose.