Table of contents for F. Scott Fitzgerald's The great Gatsby / [introduction by] Harold Bloom.

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Introduction
Biographical Sketch 		
The Story Behind the Story		 
List of Characters	 
Summary and Analysis	 
Critical Views	
G. Thomas Tanselle and Jackson R. Bryer Consider Fitzgerald?s Early Reputation 
Matthew Bruccoli Looks at Fitzgerald?s Maturation as Reflected in the Novel 
Don Seiters on Imagery and Symbolism in The Great Gatsby 
John Callahan on Fitzgerald?s Use of American Iconography 
Milton R. Stern on the American Dream and Fitzgerald?s Romantic Excesses 
James E. Miller Discusses Stylistic Approach to First Person 
James E. Miller on Meaning of the Novel 
Scott Donaldson on Gatsby and the Historical Antecedents for Gatsby 
Joyce A. Rowe on Gatsby?s Relationship with Nick 
James L.W. West on the Original Title?s Significance to Theme 
Scott Donaldson on Possessions and Character in The Great Gatsby
Works by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Annotated Bibliography
Contributors
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940. Great Gatsby -- Examinations -- Study guides.