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  • El Gran Gatsby
  • Written by Francis Scott Fitzgerald
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Un magnífico retrato de heroicidad en un mundo decadente.

Esta es la historia del millonario hecho a sí mismo, Jay Gatsby, a quien sólo le mueve una obsesión: recuperar un amor de juventud. Pero Daisy es hoy una muchacha que forma parte de una sociedad frívola y aburrida de sí misma, una criatura encantadora y también dañina. Un magnífico retrato de heroicidad en un mundo decadente.
Francis Scott Fitzgerald

About Francis Scott Fitzgerald

Francis Scott Fitzgerald - El Gran Gatsby
Francis Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) nació en Minnesota, Estados Unidos. Es uno de los más destacados representantes, junto a William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway y John Dos Passos, de la Generación Perdida. Inició su carrera literaria con A este lado del Paraíso (1920), obra que le proporcionó un éxito inmediato. En 1922 publicó Cuentos de la era del jazz, colección de relatos donde se satirizan diversos aspectos de la vida norteamericana. El gran GatsbySuave es la noche yHermosos y malditos son las tres grandes obras que lo encumbraron como uno de los mejores autores estadounidenses del siglo XX. Con carácter póstumo se publicóEl jactancioso, colección de ensayos de signo autobiográfico.

  • El Gran Gatsby by Francis Scott Fitzgerald
  • March 05, 2013
  • Fiction - Classics
  • Debolsillo
  • $10.00
  • 9788497936606

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