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Read the Book
Read the complete text of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald from the electronic text library at Adelaide University in Australia.
Launched in 1996, the 100th anniversary of Fitzgerald's birth, this site aims to increase awareness of a great American writer and to celebrate his writings, his life and his relationship with other writers of the 20th century. The site draws extensively on books, photographs and related materials in the Matthew J. and Arlyn Bruccoli Collection of F. Scott Fitzgerald at the Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina.
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Society
This site was established to promote Fitzgerald studies and to provide accurate information about his life and works.
The F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum
The only museum in the world dedicated to the memory of the Fitzgeralds. The Fitzgeralds rented this house in Montgomery, Alabama in October 1931 and lived here with their daughter, Scottie, until April 1932.
Minnesota Author Biographies Project
A biographical sketch of Fitzgerald and a selected bibliography of his significant works may be found at this project of the Minnesota Historical Society, Metronet and the Minnesota Center for the Book.
Saint Paul Public Library Fitzgerald Collection
Information and links related to F. Scott Fitzgerald, a native of St. Paul.
Walking Tour of St. Paul, Minnesota
See the sites that played a role in Fitzgerald's life in St. Paul. Includes a printable map for driving or walking.
The Great Gatsby and the 1920s
Links to sites about the Roaring Twenties, their issues, lifestyles and trends; crime, prohibition and gangsters; movies and famous people, developed by a school in Toronto.
The Jazz Age - Wikipedia
Information about the Jazz Age (the 1920s and 1930s) as well as links to other related topics.
Online Schools Guide to the 1920s
The online resource for jazz enthusiasts. Find information about current jazz performers as well as profiles of jazz legends and performance dates for contemporary musicians.
A History of America's Music
A comprehensive look at the Ken Burns film for PBS. There are many links and audio clips.
Jazz and Big Band
An extensive list of related websites, from the Librarians' Internet Index.
at Lincoln Center
This site is devoted to music and performance. There are links to curriculum guides related to jazz studies.
April 2006 is Jazz Appreciation month. Visit the Smithsonian's online exhibit about Duke Ellington, find out about exhibits and events, and more.
Musical games and more, from PBS's Jazz site.
York Philharmonic KidZone
Meet composers, conductors and musicians, make your own instruments, create music or play games.
Kids Fun With Music
Play with sounds, make your own tune, learn about music and explore the instruments of the orchestra.
Alcohol, Temperance and Prohibition
This scholarly site from Brown University examines prohibition in the United States and places it in a rich historical context.
Prohibition 101 - Find lots of information about prohibition during the 1920's at this website from Ohio State University.
American President.org - Calvin Coolidge
A biography with links to images and articles.
Coolidge Memorial Foundation
Tour a virtual museum, down load educational resources, and learn about the legacy of our 30th President.
Find out about former United States Presidents and the events that occurred during their years in office in this section of the official White House website.
The Library of Congress Learning Page:
American Dreams Through the Decades
Investigate the American Dream from the past and share your ideas for the future. Includes lesson plans.
Perspectives in American Literature: The
Links to books and articles related to the American Dream.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire: Changing
Conceptions of the American Dream
How people attempt to achieve the American dream of success, fame and fortune without thrift and hard work.
Ernest Hemingway Foundation
Learn about the life and work of writer Ernest Hemingway, a contemporary of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure
The Lost Generation
Join Michael Palin to recapture the world of Ernest Hemingway. Experience Hemingway's world, learn about "The Lost Generation" and follow links to related topics and authors, including F. Scott Fitzgerald.