Presumption (Paperback)

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"The inner sense of his own destiny which had never deserted him whispered that he was going to be a rich man. But at the end of that year an event took place which made him think that it didn't matter after all."

-F. Scott Fitzgerald, Presumption (1926)

Presumption (1926) by F. Scott Fitzgerald was first published in The Saturday Evening Post at the height of the author's magazine fiction writing time period. In this short story, Fitzgerald writes of the awkwardness of the main character San Juan Chandler and his attempts to woo the more sophisticated Noel Garneau. These characters mimic Fitzgerald's personal life with his wife, Zelda, and his attempts to break into the world of the rich and privileged. A romance for all ages and time periods, these are characters for which Fitzgerald is famous.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781646796779
ISBN-10: 1646796772
Publisher: Cosimo Classics
Publication Date:
Pages: 50
Language: English
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