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  • Current Bibliography
  • Jeanne M. Alexander

To help keep this bibliography up to date, please send notices and citations to or to Jeanne M. Alexander, F. Scott Fitzgerald Edition, Department of English, 430 Burrowes Building, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802.


books, pamphlets, editions, and dissertations

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. A Change of Class. Ed. James L. W. West III. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2016.
———. The Great Gatsby. Ed. James L. W. West III. Foreword by Eleanor Lanahan; Introduction by Jesmyn Ward. New York: Scribner, 2018. [Text of the forthcoming variorum edition of the novel.]
———. The Great Gatsby: An Edition of the Manuscript. Ed. James L. W. West III and Don C. Skemer. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2018.
———. Last Kiss. Ed. James L. W. West III. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2017. Print.
Pike, Deborah. The Subversive Art of Zelda Fitzgerald. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 2017.
Seki, Masahiko. “Time in American High Modernism: Reading Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Faulkner.” Diss. Wayne State U, 2016. DA 10153410.
Taylor, Kendall. The Gatsby Affair: Scott, Zelda, and the Betrayal That Shaped an American Classic. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018.
Webb, Richard, Jr. Boats Against the Current: The Honeymoon Summer of Scott and Zelda: Westport, Connecticut 1920. [Westport, CT]: Prospecta P, 2018.

essays, chapters, and notes

Alexander, Jeanne M. “Current Bibliography.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 15 (2017): 236–41.
Balestra, Gianfranca. “Paesaggi di polvere: Dalla ‘Valley of Ashes’ di Fitzgerald al ‘Dust Bowl’ di Steinbeck.” [Landscapes of Dust: From Fitzgerald’s “Valley of Ashes” to Steinbeck’s “Dust Bowl.”] Il paesaggio americano e le sue rappresentazioni nel discorso letterario. Ed. Carlo Martinez. Milan: LED, 2016. 135–50. <>.
Bechtel, Dianne E. “Jay Gatsby, Failed Intellectual: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Trope for Social Stratification.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 15 (2017): 117–29.
Berman, Ronald. “Dedication: Ruth M. Prigozy (May 7, 1930 – July 16, 2017). F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 15 (2017): [vii]–viii.
Bosse, Walter. “Of Modernist Second Acts and African American Lives: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Wire, and the Struggle against Lockdown.” Popular Modernism and Its Legacies: From Pop Literature to Video Games. Ed. Scott Ortolano and Faye Hammill. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. 203–15.
Bryer, Jackson R. “‘Better that All of the Story Never Be Told’: Zelda Fitzgerald’s Sister’s Letters to Arthur Mizener.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 15 (2017): 1–16.
Churchwell, Sara. “In Search of Bunny Burgess, or down the Rabbit Hole: Anecdotes, Secret Histories, and The Great Gatsby.” Cambridge Quarterly 46.2 (2017): 140–61.
Curnutt, Kirk. “The Gatsby Murder Case: F. Scott Fitzgerald, S. S. Van Dine, and Analytic Detective Fiction in the 1920s.” The Centrality of Crime Fiction in American Literary Culture. Ed. Alfred Bendixen and Olivia Carr Edenfield. New York: Routledge, 2017. 77–100.
Ferrada Aguilar, Andrés. “Paisajes y subjetivación en El jardín de al lado de José Donoso y El gran Gatsby de F. Scott Fitzgerald.” [Landscapes and Subjectivity in The Garden Next Door by José Donoso and The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.] Revista de Literatura Hispánica 85–86 (2017): 236–58.
Gay, Marie-Agnès. “Making Something Out of Nothing: Dissipating Legacy and the Legacy of Dissipating in ‘Babylon Revisited.’” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 15 (2017): 96–116.
Hawkes, Joel. “City Rhythms: The Tempo of Story and City Space in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘Babylon Revisited.’” Explicator 76.2 (2018): 96–99.
Herman, Daniel. “The Great Gatsby’s Nick Carraway: His Narration and His Sexuality.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 30.4 (2017): 247–50.
Käck, Elin. “Besides Zurich and Beyond Europe: Decentering Euro-Centrism in Tender Is the Night.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 15 (2017): 34–50.
Malmgren, Carl D. “Revisiting ‘Babylon Revisited’: A Critical Retrospective.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Review 15 (2017): 81–95.
Marsh, John. “Purging the Rottenness from the System: The Blessed and the Damned in the Great Depression.” Arizona Quarterly 72.2 (2016): 121–46. [Part III: Examines the emotional response of righteousness during the Great Depression in connection with “Babylon Revisited.”]
McCracken, David. “Restitution in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘Babylon Revisited.’” Explicator...


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