1. Editors’ Note
  2. pp. vii-xiv
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  1. The Mad Flapper: Socialization in Fitzgerald’s “Bernice Bobs Her Hair”
  2. Ya’ara Notea
  3. pp. 18-37
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  1. The Incest Plot: Melancholic Nationalism in H.D.’s Kora and Ka and Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night
  2. Michael Von Cannon
  3. pp. 38-59
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  1. Infusive “Spots of Time”: Young F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Traumatic Summer of 1910
  2. Michael Workman
  3. pp. 84-108
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  1. “Little Girl Bay,” Frontier, and Folklore: Fitzgerald’s Use of Regional History in The Great Gatsby
  2. Julie Kenyon
  3. pp. 109-126
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  1. Daisy’s “Advertisement of the Man”: An Evasive Self-Revelation
  2. Liam O. Purdon
  3. pp. 160-173
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  1. The Great Global Warmer: Jay Gatsby as a Microcosm of Climate Change
  2. Kyle Keeler
  3. pp. 174-188
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  1. The Great Nick: Performing Authorial Masculinity in The Great Gatsby
  2. Todd Onderdonk
  3. pp. 189-212
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  1. Gatsby? Which Gatsby?: How the Novel Fares in Italian Translation
  2. Mary Wardle
  3. pp. 213-233
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  1. Gathering the Embers
  2. Kirk Curnutt
  3. pp. 234-252
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  1. Validating the Life of Edouard Jozan and the Art of Zelda Fitzgerald
  2. Rickie-Ann Legleitner
  3. pp. 252-257
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  1. Connecticut Yankees in the Gold Coast Court
  2. Steven Goldleaf
  3. pp. 258-264
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  1. The Hells of War
  2. Ross K. Tangedal
  3. pp. 265-272
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  1. Current Bibliography
  2. Jeanne M. Alexander
  3. pp. 273-278
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