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The Best Writerly Romances (and the Books to Go with Them)

“The Lost Generation,” and the authors who wrote about it, have always fascinated readers. Few eras seem more romantic than the time period when writers, painters, and the like were on par with ro


The (Mostly) Fictional Characters We’d Want on Spring Break With Us

Who doesn't love a good party? From Jay Gatsby to the Weasley twins to Holly Golightly, these are the fictional characters we'd want to rage with.


Much Better Than a Masterpiece: Finding Humanity in The Great Gatsby

On the anniversary of the publication of The Great Gatsby, we examined the pockets of humanity in the book that make it better than a masterpiece.


Glitz, Glamour, Drama: 14 Books on High Society to Read Right Now

These fourteen books will transport you to a different world full of parties, glamour, scandal, and an overabundance of drama.


The Honeymoon Suite of Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald: An Allegory

Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald's honeymoon suite (the morning after) as an allegory of their relationship, in which Zelda was often short-changed.


Literary Love Triangle: The Making of Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises

Ernest Hemingway was busy in 1926. He’d just written his first novel, The Sun Also Rises, based on a trip to Spain he’d taken the year before. His new pal F. Scott Fitzgerald loved it, and was wor