"I don't want to repeat my innocence. I want the pleasure of losing it again."
Young Amory Blaine, who is convinced he has an exceptionally promising future, finishes boarding school and attends Princeton. At university, Amory is an indifferent student, preferring instead to fall in and out of love, and cheerfully immersing himself in a glitzy world of excessive drinking and casual liaisons.
Written at the tender age of twenty-three, F. Scott Fitzgerald's first novel mirrors some of his own experiences at Princeton University. This romance of the early Jazz Age is a commentary on how love can be affected by money and social status.
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