TAPS AT REVEILLE by F. Scott Fitzgerald
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TAPS AT REVEILLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The best of Scott Fitzgerald's short stories of the past ten years. And much better than most collections of short stories, though one can no longer feel that he presents the modern scene. The favorite Basil and Josephine stories, Fitzgerald's interpretation of the flappers of his day and their male counterparts, are included: read He Thinks He's Wonderful and First Blood for the flavor. From the balance of the volume, read Babylon Revisited and The Night of Chancellorsville to get his versatility.

Publisher: Scribner