The Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald

  • by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Narrated by Jay Wohlert
  • 45 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Fitzgerald's short stories have themes that not only relate to the problems and culture of the Jazz Age, but also to the promises and despair encountered by the youth, as well as the aging. Love and relationships between two mismatched or unlikely characters are common, such as people who are unlikely to develop a spark of romantic interest between each other.
The plots are usually set in the culture of the upper middle class and the elite, with characters either from this social group or aspiring to become part of it. Being inspired by the events that occurred during The Great Depression and the stock market crash, the stories also involve characters who lose wealth, but who are still trying to maintain their opulent lifestyle.
However, Fitzgerald's stories will remain relevant no matter which era listeners are born into, as finding true love and happiness, despite the situation, will always be a common part of the human experience.
Included in this book:
This Side of Paradise
The Beautiful and Damned
Short Stories:
The Mystery of the Raymond Mortgage
Reade, Substitute Right Half
A Debt of Honor
The Room with the Green Blinds
A Luckless Santa Claus
Pain and the Scientist
The Trail of the Duke
Shadow Laurels
The Ordeal
Little Minnie McCloskey: A Story for Girls
The Old Frontiersman: A Story of the Frontier
The Diary of a Sophomore
The Prince of Pests: A Story of the War
Cedric the Stoker
The Spire and the Gargoyle
Tarquin of Cheapside
Babes in the Woods
Sentiment - And the Use of Rouge
The Pierian Springs and the Last Straw
Porcelain and Pink
Head and Shoulders
Dalyrimple Goes Wrong
Myra Meets His Family
Mister Icky
The Camel's Back
Bernice Bobs Her Hair
The Ice Palace
The Offshore Pirate
The Cut-Glass Bowl
The Four Fists
The Smilers
May Day
The Jelly-Bean
The Lees of Happiness
O Russet Witch!
Tarquin of Cheapside
The Popular Girl
Two for a Cent
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
The Diamond as Big as the Ritz
Winter Dreams


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Poor Scott

Fitzgerald's sophisticates are badly served by an un-directed reader who reads out foreign words and famous names like a baby learning its first words. Really irritating.
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- Reader2014

The worst narrator I have ever encountered

What disappointed you about The Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald?

I have honestly no idea how good the story was, I was too preoccupied attempting to endure the monotonous dravel of the reader.

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Jay Wohlert?

Anyone who can pronounce basic words correctly.

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

I tried, I really did, but it was terrible.

Any additional comments?

Do not buy this book.

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- thirtynine666

Book Details

  • Release Date: 15-03-2013
  • Publisher: BookDar Publishing