Descripción del libro
The book reflects the cultural and social changes of the Jazz Age, a time characterized by optimism, decadence, and excess. The stories explore themes of love, wealth, ambition, and disillusionment, as well as the disillusionment of the American Dream. Through his characters, Fitzgerald critiques the morality of the wealthy and the emptiness of their lives. The collection provides a unique insight into the era and captures the spirit and essence of the times. From the flappers and their newfound freedom to the stock market boom and eventual crash, Tales from the Jazz Age is a vivid and captivating portrayal of one of the most fascinating periods in American history.