THE ART OF THE NOVELLAAlthough F.Scott Fitzgerald is known for the
kind of subtle, polished social commentary found in his masterpiece
The Great Gatsby, his little-known novella May Day is unique in
that it is themost raw, directly political commentary he ever
wrote, and one of the most desperate works in his oeuvre.It is a
tale of the brutalities of the American class system-of privileged
college boys, returned from a bloody war, and a group of
intellectual left-wing journalists, all coming into confrontation
in the heart of New York City on Mayday at the end of World War I.
Fitzgerald's fine eye for detail is on special display and his
relentlessplot leads to one of his most shocking climaxes, in what
is the first and only stand alone version of this rarity.
"From the Trade Paperback edition."
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