No two people may epitomize the Roaring 20s more than author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and his wife, Zelda. Likewise, no piece of fiction may symbolize the glamour and recklessness of the 1920s more than Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby. One part love story, one part American tragedy, “Wasn’t It Romantic?” unfolds the rise and
fall of the Fitzgeralds as American icons, and focuses on the toll that the creation and success of The Great Gatsby took on their lives.
Free and open to the public. No registration required.
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