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This Side of Paradise chronicles the coming of age of Amory Blaine, born to a wealthy midwestern family. It begins with Amory as a spoiled youth, doted on by his eccentric mother Beatrice. It follows him as he attends preparatory school and Princeton, and then briefly attempts but quickly abandons at a career in advertising. His service in World War I is mentioned but mostly glossed over. Covered in much more detail are his various romances:
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This Side of Paradise by F. Scott Fitzgerald
More information Fitzgerald begged for early publication—convinced that he would become a celebrity and impress Zelda—but was told that the novel would have to wait until the spring. Nevertheless, upon the acceptance of his novel for publication he went and visited Zelda and they resumed their courtship.
His success imminent, she agreed to marry him. This Side of Paradise was published on March 26, with a first printing of 3, copies. The initial printing sold out in three days, confirming Fitzgerald's prediction of overnight fame.
On March 30, four days after publication and one day after selling out the first printing, Fitzgerald wired for Zelda to come to New York and get married that weekend. The book went through 12 printings in and , for a total of 49, copies.
The novel itself did not provide a huge income for Fitzgerald. Its success, however, helped the now-famous Fitzgerald earn much higher rates for his short stories. This Side of Paradise blends different styles of writing: In fact the novel's odd blend of styles was the result of Fitzgerald cobbling his earlier attempt at a novel The Romantic Egotist together with assorted short stories and poems that he composed, but never published.
The book's critical success was driven in part by the enthusiasm of reviewers.
Burton Rascoe of the Chicago Tribune wrote that "it bears the impress, it seems to me, of genius. It is the only adequate study that we have had of the contemporary American in adolescence and young manhood.
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