The Political F. Scott Fitzgerald: Liberal Illusion and Disillusion in ‘This Side of Paradise’ and ‘The Beautiful and the Damned’

Arden Henley
Tuesday 12 April 2022

Monk, Craig. 1995. American Studies International 33, no. 2: 60-70.

Monk discusses war and peace in two of the interwar novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald, who fought in World War I and lived and travelled throughout Europe in the 1920s, witnessing firsthand the effects of both war and the supposed peace which followed. Particularly, he examines the themes of disillusionment, loss of innocence, and autobiography.


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