The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby

By F. Scott Fitzgerald

  • Release Date: 2010-11-24
  • Genre: Classics
Score: 4
From 106 Ratings
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F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is often considered amongst the greatest of American novels and—alongside works by authors such as Hemingway and T.S. Eliot—is an essential representation of the Lost Generation. Inspired by events in Fitzgerald's own life, the story follows Jay Gatsby and his pursuit of the American Dream during the "roaring '20s". The novel became critically and financially successful following its publication, so much so that it was made into a film of the same name in 1974. Exploring its own generation's lack of direction, The Great Gatsby's social commentary remains relevant to this day and its literary prowess remains refreshing.


  • The Great Gatsby

    By terriredpath
    Fabulous to reread - anticipating the film
  • All time classic

    By Qben7
    It's one of the books that everyone has to read. That simple. The writing is as good as it gets and the story is so powerful. No wonder it's one of the best selling books of all time.
  • A great read

    By Abrar Peer
    I don't really like reading that much. But this was a really good book. Had to read it for school. Great ways in explaining that being rich doesn't mean your happy. A book that everyone should perhaps ponder.
  • The great gatsby

    By ukraineit
    A fascinating story, very well read. Thank you!
  • Public domain

    By Tora74
    Apple, why are you charging money for something that is freely available under public domain!
  • Brilliant

    By Won't_get_fooled_again
    This is a classic and a must for any lover of literature
  • Beautiful

    By palefella
    Short, tragic, yearning, witty and extraordinary. This describes an America in decay, even in its heyday. Its a gutteral snapshot of an America few people knew. And yet it,s as delicate as any story of unrequited love.
  • Short novel I liked it more than I thought

    By Cil
    The authors grasp on human emotion an interpreting them is fascinating an still rings true to this day. Nit a bad read.
  • Great classic

    By Sootyketel
    Good American classic novel with several enduring themes around wealth, relationships & friendship.