This novel describes life during the Jazz Age through the eyes of the egotistical Amory Blaine. The story follows the course of his life through his adolescent years, through Princeton University, and ends at a crossroads in Amory's career. Along this journey, Amory falls in love with many mysterious, charming "flappers" who leave him heartbroken, yet thrilled.
I enjoyed this book, however the plot progression was slightly slowed by Fitzgerald's vivid descriptions. I really liked the illustrative writing because I could clearly picture the plot events, as if I were Amory himself.
I would definitely recommend this book to others due to its rich and descriptive plot. If you like other classic novels, then you should read this book.
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