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Resurrected: An In-Depth Study Of Fitzgerald's Female Found In The Basil Stories And The Great Gatsby, Therese Fields May 2005

Resurrected: An In-Depth Study Of Fitzgerald's Female Found In The Basil Stories And The Great Gatsby, Therese Fields

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

When people hear the name F. Scott Fitzgerald they quickly think of his masterpiece, The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald's Gatsby is the great American novel. Why? It withstands time and the changes of contemporary society. This novel moves us, shakes us, and reminds us of our enlightening dreams and the realistic truths behind them. Why do readers connect with and feel empathy for the flawed Jay Gatsby? We, like Gatsby, hope for the green light and all that it holds in store for us. Gatsby is driven by the green light, which represents his hope to change the past. It ...


Behind The Bestsellers: Building The Formula For Success In Children's Literature, Zenja R. Quarles Jan 2005

Behind The Bestsellers: Building The Formula For Success In Children's Literature, Zenja R. Quarles

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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A Novel Approach: How E-Book Technology Is Impacting The American Fiction Market, Jodi L. Kastel Jan 2005

A Novel Approach: How E-Book Technology Is Impacting The American Fiction Market, Jodi L. Kastel

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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