Tales of the Jazz Age by F. Scott Fitzgerald
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Part 7 out of 7
- Tales from the Jazz Age (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
- Flappers and Philosophers Tales From the Jazz Age Winter Dreams ( Three Books )
- Collected Short Stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald: Flappers and Philosophers / Tales of the Jazz Age / All the Sad Young Men / Taps at Reveille / The Pat Hobby stories (Complete Works of F.S.F. Book 2)
- The Beautiful and Damned: F. Scott Fitzgerald's Jazz Age Morality Tale
- F. Scott Fitzgerald: Novels and Stories 1920-1922: This Side of Paradise / Flappers and Philosophers / The Beautiful and the Damned / Tales of the Jazz Age (Library of America)
- Tales of the Jazz Age [Illustrated edition]
He took off his hat.
He filled it with whiskey and drank it off.
"They air dead," he said slowly, "they hankered after each other. The
fit is over now. We must not part them."
So they threw them together into the stream and the two splashes they
made were as one.