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Great Gatsby (Gioia English IV AP): Great Gatsby Resources

Useful Books in MBA's Library

Berman, R. (1994). The Great Gatsby and Modern Times. Urbana: University of 
     Illinois Press. 

Cowley, M., & Cowley, R. (1966). Fitzgerald and the Jazz Age. New York, NY: 
     Charles Scribner's Sons. 

Lockridge, E. (1968). Twentieth Century Interpretations of The Great Gatsby: a
     Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall. 

Wyly, M.J. (2002). Understanding The Great Gatsby. San Diego: Lucent Books.

JSTOR Database Search: Academic Journals

Wiget Modified By: Matt Braun

JSTOR articles

Babb, H. S. (1963). "The Great Gatsby" and the Grotesque. Criticism5(4), 

Elmore, A. E. (1970). Color and Cosmos in "The Great Gatsby". The Sewanee 
     Review78(3), 427-443.

Hampton, R. V. (1976). Owl Eyes in The Great Gatsby. American Literature
     48(2), 229.

Pinsker, S. (1976). Seeing "The Great Gatsby" Eye to Eye. College Literature
     3(1), 69-71.

Slater, P. G. (1973). Ethnicity in The Great Gatsby. Twentieth Century 
     Literature19(1), 53-62.

Turlish, L. A. (1971). The Rising Tide of Color: A Note on the Historicism of 
     The Great Gatsby. American Literature43(3), 442-444.

Westbrook, J. S. (1960). Nature and Optics in the Great Gatsby. American 
     Literature32(1), 78-84.

Literature Databases (Author Information, Criticism, etc.)

Off Campus Access to Databases and Ebooks



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