Index


A

Abrams, Charles, 127, 144n.37
Abrams, M. H., 10, 13n.26
“Academia and the Wasteland” (Mellard), 109n.27
The Achieving of The Great Gatsby (Long), 47n.44
Adams, Henry, 8, 81-82, 87-88, 109n.13, 109n.16, 115
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Twain), 81
After the Lost Generation (Aldridge), 170n.1
Aldridge, John W., 147, 170n.1
Alger, Horatio, 33
Alice in Wonderland (Carroll), 51
Allen, Joan M., 167, 171n.29
America as Americans See It (Ringle editor), 171n.23
America as a Civilization (Lerner), 171n.21
The American City Novel (Gelfant),
111, 143n.1
American college novel, 83
“The American Concept of Home” (Rovit), 45n.3
The American dream, 39, 119, 148-50 163, 166
American Dream Visions (Schlack), 109n.32
American Journal of Society (periodical), 143n.9
The American Novel in the Twentieth Century (Donald), 47n.24
The American Scholar (periodical), 45n.3
American Social Fiction (Millgate), 165, 171n.27
The American Writer and the University (Siegel editor), 109n.27, 110n.39
Anderson, Hilton, 37, 46n.28
Anderson, Sherwood, 93, 96, 103, 109n.22, 112; “Departure,” 96; George Willard, 93, 96, 112
Appleton, Victor, 153
Approaches to the Novel (Scholes), 46n.32
Arden, Eugene, 118, 143n.16
Arnold, Aerol, 45, 47n.45
The Art of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Perosa), 47n.42
As Ever, Scott Fitz— (Bruccoli editor), 171n.9
Atlantic Monthly (periodical), 51, 76n.4, 76n.6
Austen, Jane, 18
The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (Stein), 3, 12n.9


B

“Back West: Time and Place in The Great Gatsby” (B. Gross), 144n.46
Bailey, David W., 82, 108n.5
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 2, 12n.2, 13n.13
Balio, Tino, 170n.4
Bars, 49-50, 53; Biltmore bar, 50, 59;
Coconut Grove, 56, 59; Dingo Bar, 50; in Fitzgerald’s fiction, 49, 54; in the 1920s, 51, 53; Knickerbocker Bar, 56, 58-59; Lethe, 56; Marathon, 63-66, 70-72; Ritz bar, 54, 63, 70, 72-76; Sammy’s, 63, 67-70, 74; Shanley’s, 56, 58-59; and writers, 50; Yonkers, 59
Barthelme, Donald, 120, 144n.22
Beckett, Samuel, 84
Bellow, Saul, 84, 108, 118
Berman, Ronald, 145n.56
Bewley, Marius, 46n.25
The Big Money (Dos Passos), 162
Bildungsroman, 79-81, 108n.2, 108n.4
Biltmore Hotel, 17
Biographia Literaria (Coleridge), 13n.20
Bleak House (Dickens), 40
“The Blessed and the Cursed” (Sherwood), 171n.23
Bloom, Harold, 76n.12
Bode, Carl, 76n.3
The Bodley Head Scott Fitzgerald (Cowley editor), 76n.19, 76n.21, 108n.9, 145n.55, 171n.13
The Bostonians (James), 116
Bower, B. M., 153
Brontë, Charlotte, 4
Brooker-Bowers, Nancy, 171n.15
Bruccoli, Matthew J., 9, 13n.23, 46n.35, 47n.36, 76n.7, 76n.14, 76n.22, 77n.29, 77n.32, 108n.2, 109n.10, 109n.14, 109n.20, 109n.21, 144n.25, 144n.31, 144n.38, 145n.52, 171n.9, 172n.33
Bryer, Jackson, 109n.12, 109n.20
The Business Establishment (Cheit editor), 172n.34
Byron, William, 109n.15


C

Call Me Ishmael (Olson), 13n.18
Callahan, John F., 170, 172n.36
Camus, Albert, 53, 76n.10
Candles and Carnival Lights (Allen), 171n.29
Carter, John F., 51, 76n.6
Chase, Richard, 39
Cheit, Earl F., 172n.34
Cirino, Linda D., 143n.19
City: in America, 112, 115-17, 132-33; in Fitzgerald’s fiction, 111, 116-18, 131-33, 139-43; as physical locale, 113, 132; as psychological emblem, 114, 132
The City as Catalyst (Festa-McCormick), 143n.7
“The City in Literature” (Howe), 144n.24
The City Is the Frontier (Abrams), 127, 144n.37
City Life (Barthelme), 144n.22
“The City: Suggestions for the Investigation of Human Behavior in the City Environment” (Park), 143n.9
Claridge, Henry, 144n.47
Cohen, Richard, 37, 46n.29
Coleridge, Samuel, 8, 13n.20
College English (periodical), 77n.31
Commentary (periodical), 144n.24
Confessions (Rousseau), 81
Conrad, Joseph, 6, 8
Cooper, James Fenimore, 6-7, 39, 155; Natty Bumppo, 7, 39
The Correspondence (Johnson), 109n.26
Correspondence of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Bruccoli/Duggan editors), 108n.2
The Country and the City (R. Williams), 144n.42
Cowley, Malcom, 2, 12n.4, , 76n.19, 76n.21, 84, 108n.9, 145n.55, 171n.13
Cowper, William, 116, 143n.14
The Craft of Fiction (Lubbock), 46n.33
Crane, Stephen, 50
Critical Essays on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender Is the Night (Stern editor), 77n.2


D

Dardis, Tom, 150, 171n.8
da Verrazano, Giovanni, 118
Darwinism, 163
David Copperfield (Dickens), 81
Davis, Lennard J., 4, 13n.11
The Day of the Locust (West), 150, 153, 162, 171n.26
Deamer, Robert G., 39, 46n.30
de Balzac, Honoré, 6, 20, 39, 112, 131, 139; Eugène de Rastignac, 112
The Decline of the West (Spengler), 145n.51
Defoe, Daniel, 4, 30
Depression, 3, 69, 130-31, 147
de Toqueville, 112
Dickens: A Collection of Critical Essays (Price editor), 13n.29
Dickens, Charles, 4, 11, 40, 50, 81, 84, 112-16, 120, 130, 142, 143n.10, 144n.43, 145n.54, 156
“Did F. Scott Fitzgerald Have the Right Publisher?” (J. West), 110n.38
The Disenchanted (Schulberg), 172n.35
Donald, Miles, 33, 46n.24
Donaldson, Scott, 60, 76n.13, 109n.28, 109n.31
Dostoevsky, F. M., 131, 132
Dostoevsky and Romantic Realism (Fanger), 144n.50
Dos Passos, John, 6, 120, 131, 137, 144n.21, 148, 155-56, 162-63, 170n.3
Dreiser, Theodore, 9, 50, 53, 103, 112, 115-16, 120, 132, 137, 168; Sister Carrie, 112
Dublin, 114
The Dubliners (Joyce), 103
Duggan, Margaret M., 108n.2


E

Eble, Kenneth, 86, 109n.11
The Eccentric Design (Bewley), 46n.25
Eclognes (Virgil), 113
Edel, Leon, 45n.2
Edmiston, Susan, 143n.19
The Education of Henry Adams (Adams), 81-82, 87, 109n.13, 109n.16, 115
Eliot, George, 13n.16, 18, 143n.11
Eliot, T. S., 8, 13n.19, 113, 131, 141
Emerson: Essays and Lectures (Porte editor), 13n.14
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 5-7, 13n.14, 29, 46n.16; “Character,” 5; “Nature,” 29, 46n.16; “The Young American,” 7
The English University Novel (Proctor), 82, 108n.3
Entwicklungsroman, 79, 81, 108
Erziehungsroman, 79
Esquire (periodical), 154
The Essays of George Eliot (Pinney editor), 143n.11
“The Essential Houses of The Great Gatsby” (Lhamon), 46n.27
Exile’s Return (Cowley), 12n.4
The Eye of the Story (Welty), 13n.12


F

F. Scott Fitzgerald (Bloom editor), 76n.12
F. Scott Fitzgerald (Eble), 109n.11
F. Scott Fitzgerald (Gallo), 46n.11
F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Biography (Le Vot), 109n.15, 110n.37
F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Craft of Fiction (Lehan), 45n.10
F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Critical Portrait (Piper), 45n.7, 171n.19
F. Scott Fitzgerald: Critical Assessments (Claridge editor), 144n.47
F. Scott Fitzgerald: His Art and His Technique (Miller), 145n.53
F. Scott Fitzgerald in His Own Time (Bruccoli/Bryer editors), 109n.20
F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Last Laocoon (Sklar), 170n.7
F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Life in Letters (Bruccoli), 9, 13n.23, 172n.33
F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Man and His
Work (Kazin editor), 12n.6
Fanger, Donald, 144n.50
“Fantasy Seen” (Winchell), 171n.32
The Far Side of Paradise (Mizener), 13n.24, 47n.39, 71n.20
Faulkner, William, 6, 8, 39, 150-51
Festa-McCormick, Diana, 113, 143n.7
Fiction, Film, and F. Scott Fitzgerald (Phillips), 171n.25
Fiction and the Figures of Life (Gass), 46n.23
“Fiction and the Film Industry” (Brooker-Bowers), 171n.15
Fielding, Henry, 112; Tom Jones, 112
Fieldler, Leslie A., 44, 47n.43
Fiffer, Sharon and Steve, 45n.4
Fine, David, 171n.28, 171n.32
Finney, Mr. and Mrs., 152
Fitch, Noel R., 53, 76n.11
Fitzgerald, F. Scott, adolescence, 87-88; an avid reader, 112; childhood, 17, 86; critical assessment of, 3; death, 153; drinking, 52-54, 62; education, 85-88, 94, 101-02; and Ginevra King, 21; and Henry Adams, 81-82 ; in Hollywood, 17, 147-49, 151-53; in New York, 17, 119; parents of, 89; and Princeton, 101-8; and Sheila Graham, 17; view of city life, 113; view of Hollywood, 148; view of home, 16-18, 39; view of New York, 119-120; view of setting, 2, 4, 8-9, 11; works, novels:
Afternoon of an Author, 94, 97-98, 104-5, 108; 109n.19, 109n.35
The Beautiful and Damned, 6, 10, 18-29, 52, 63-69, 71, 118, 123- 24, 127, 132-33, 136, 140, 152;
Gloria Gilbert, 21-29, 63-67; Anthony Patch, 18, 20-30, 63-69, 123-24, 129; his apartments and houses, 20, 23-26; his drinking, 67;
The Crack-Up, 51-52, 106, 109n.34, 123, 144n.27, 162; 170n.3
The Great Gatsby, 4-5, 10-11, 18, 30-39, 117-19, 124-29, 133-42; Tom Buchanan’s house, 44-45, 121; Tom Buchanan and Daisy Buchanan, 31-34, 37-39; Tom Buchanan and Gatsby, 37-39, 136-37; Nick Carraway, 32-39, 128-29; Nick Carraway’s house, 37; Dan Cody, 33-34, 138; “East Egg” and “West Egg”, 11, 38, 126, 133-34, 141; Gatsby, 30-39, 124-25; Gatsby’s dream, 34-35, 39; Gatsby’s mansion, 16, 30-32, 36, 39; Gatsby as a myth, 31, 35; Gatsby’s party, 36, 39; tragedy, 39; Myrtle Wilson, 31; Myrtle Wilson’s apartment, 43-45, 119, 139; Meyer Wolfshiem, 33, 34, 71, 138;
The Last Tycoon, 6, 10, 42, 148, 153-170; Cecilia, 148, 164; Brady, 164; Kathleen, 168; Reinmund, 161; Stahr, 42, 166- 68; Stahr as an artist, 169;
Starhr as a businessman, 168; Stahr as a dreamer, 166-8; Stahr’s home, 42;
The Ledger, 52, 76n.7, 85, 87, 100; 109n.10, 109n.14
The Pat Hobby Stories, 152-64; Pat Hobby, 159-60; Basil Lee Duke, 85, 87-89, 91-100, 104-8, 127;
Six Tales of the Jazz Age, 47n.40
Tales of the Jazz Age, 41, 47n.41, 121;
Taps at Reveille, 87-89, 92, 96, 97, 104, 106, 125-27;
Tender Is the Night, 10, 40-41, 69, 73-74, 137, 151-52; Abe North, 69, 72-73, 120; Diver, 41-42; Nicole’s garden, 40;
This Side of Paradise, 2-3, 10, 54- 60, 63, 79-93, 98-108, 108n.2, 108n.4, 116, 1218-19, 121-24, 132, 138-39; Amory, 54-60, 89-91, 99-108, 122, 126; Amory as an egoist, 92; Amory’s drinking, 56-59; Monsigñor Darcy, 89-90, 94, 102; Sigourney Fay, 8, 82, 89; Rosalind, 54-59;
The Vegetable, 142, 151; 171n.12
works, stories:
“An Alcoholic Case,” 62;
“Babylon Revisited,” 53, 62, 69, 74- 76; Charlie Wales, 74-76;
“Basil and Cleopatra,” 99-100, 104;
“Boil Some Water—Lots of It,” 157-59;
“The Bridal Party,” 63, 70-76;
“Crazy Sunday,” 152, 170;
“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” 83;
“The Diamond as Big as the Ritz,” 151, 174n.13;
“Family in the Wind,” 62;
“Forging Ahead,” 94, 98-99, 127;
“The Freshest Boy,” 87, 104, 127;
“He Thinks He’s Wonderful,” 91, 103;
“Jacob’s Ladder,” 152;
“The Jelly-Bean,” 41;
“Jemina,” 42;
“The Lees of Happiness,” 42;
“Lipstick,” 83;
“The Lost Decade,” 62;
“Magnetism,” 152;
“Majesty,” 125;
“May Day,” 83, 118, 121-22, 128;
“More than Just a House,” 42;
“Mr. Icky,” 42;
“My Lost City,” 122, 142;
“The Mystery of the Raymond Mortgage,” 86;
“A New Leaf,” 61;
“A Night at the Fair,” 87;
“One Trip Abroad,” 60;
“Pat Hobby’s Secret,” 160;
“The Pearl and the Fur,” 128;
“The Perfect Life,” 127;
“Princeton,” 105;
“Reade: Substitute Right Half,” 102;
“The Rich Boy,” 83, 118, 127;
“The Scandal Detectives,” 95, 103;
“The Sensible Thing,” 83;
“What I Think and Feel at 25,” 93;
“Who’s Who--and Why,” 85, 94-95;
“Winter Dreams,” 141;
Fitzgerald, Zelda Sayre, 17, 21, 119, 153
“Fitzgerald and the American Ambivalence” (Spencer), 12n.7
Fitzgerald and the Art of Social Fiction (Way), 171n.20
Fitzgerald and His Contemporaries (Goldhurst), 109n.29
Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual (Bruccoli/Layman), 46n.35, 108n.6
“Fitzgerald’s ‘Babylon Revisited’” (S. Gross), 77n.31
“Fitzgerald’s ‘Figured Curtain’” (Grenberg), 77n.27
“Fitzgerald’s Tragic Sense” (Schorer), 13n.22
Flamini, Roland, 171n.30
Flaubert, Gustave, 39
Fool for Love: F. Scott Fitzgerald (Donaldson), 76n.13, 109n.28, 109n.31
Forster, E. M., 29, 46n.15
French Riviera, 9
Freud, Sigmund, 29, 46n.14
“From the Wasteland to East Egg” (Anderson), 46n.28
Frost, Robert, 16, 45n.5; “Death of the Hired Man”, 16
The Functional Significance of Setting
in the Novels of Francis Scott Fitzgerald (Huonder), 12, 46n.20
Functions of Setting in the Novel (Ronald), 143n.3


G

Gallo, Rose A., 45n.11
Gardener, John, 84
Gass, William H., 32, 46n.23
Gates, Robert A., 130, 144n.41
Gelfant, Blanche H., 111, 143n.1
Gelley, Alexander, 1, 12n.1
A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis (Freud), 46n.14
The Geographical Background of the Early Works of D. H. Lawrence (Sinzelle), 45n.8
“Geography Lessons” (Kriegel), 13n.21
Geroud, Gordon H., 101
Gilbert, Stuart, 115, 143n.13
Gill, Richard, 18, 45n.9
Gindin, James, 54, 76n.12
“Gods and Fathers in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Novels” (Gindin), 76n.12
Goethe, J. W., 80-81
Goldhurst, William, 101, 109n.29
Golding, William, 84
Good, Dorothy B., 108n.6
Goodwin, Donald, 52
Gourmet (periodical), 76n.2
Graham, Sheilah, 17, 153
Gray, Stephen, 3, 13n.10
The Great Gatsby: The Limits of Wonders (Lehan), 46n.26
The Great Gatsby and Modern Times (Berman), 145n.56
The Great Gatsby: A Study (Hoffman editor), 46n.17, 46n.19
The Great Good Places (Oldenburg), 76n.1
Grenberg, Bruce L., 73, 77n.27
Gross, Barry, 134, 144n.46
Gross, Seymour L., 75, 77n.31
Gurgannus, Allan, 16, 45n.4


H

Hamilton, Mary A., 51, 76n.4
A Happy Death (Camus), 76n.10
Happy Rural Seat (Gill), 45n.9
Hardy, Thomas, 96-97, 112; Jude, 96-97, 109n.25, 112
Harper’s Magazine (periodical), 143n.20
Harris, Bill, 143n.17, 144n.23
Harvard University, 19, 83, 88, 106
Harvard Crimson (periodical), 82, 108n.5
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 4, 7, 16, 45n.6; Hester Prynne, 7
Hecht, Ben, 111, 143n.2
Heller, Joseph, 108
Hemingway, Ernest, 39, 50, 53, 69, 76n.9
Hendriksen, Jack, 90, 108n.4, 109n.18
Henry, O., 117, 143n.15; “The Defeat of the City”, 117
Hibben, John Grier, 107
Hoffman, Frederick, 30, 46n.17, 46n.19, 76n.5, 132, 144n.44
Hollywood, 10, 147, 149-50, 154-170; as dreamland, 162-63; in fiction, 148; as industry, 157-158, 162; in The Last Tycoon, 6, 10;
“Hollywood” (Balio), 170n.4
Hollywood: The Dream Factory (Powdermaker), 170n.6
Hollywood: The Movie Colony, the Movie Makers (Rosten), 170n.2, 170n.5, 171n.22
Hollywood in Fiction (Spatz), 171n.24
Home: definition, 15; in literature, 15-16; metaphor, 18; as mirror of the mind, 29-30; as motif of personality, 39-45
Home: American Writers Remember Rooms of Their Own (Fiffers editors), 16, 45n.4
Home by the River (Rutledge), 15, 45n.1
Hope of Heaven (O’Hara), 153
The House of the Seven Gables (Hawthorne), 16, 45n.6
Howard, Richard, 76n.10
Howards End (Forster), 29, 46n.15
Howe, Irving, 121, 144n.24
Howells, William D., 168
Hugo, Victor, 121
Humanistic Geography and Literature (Pocok editor), 13n.16
Huonder, Eugen, 11, 30, 46n.20
The Husson Review (periodical), 46n.29


I

The Illusions of a Nation (Callahan), 172n.36
The Image of the City (Lynch), 129, 145n.4, 144n.39
Image Patterns in the Novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Seiters), 46n.12
“Imaginary Cities: America” (Oates), 144n.40
The Importance of Place in the American Literature of Hawthorne, Thoreau, Crane, Adams, and Faulkner (Deamer), 46n.30
In the American Grain (Williams), 10
“The Inessential Houses of The Great Gatsby” (Cohen), 46n.29
“Initiation and Intertextuality in The Basil and Josephine Stories” (Nagel), 109n.12
Iswolsky, Helene, 12n.2
Ivy League, 80, 81, 83-84, 88, 100


J

James, Henry, 8, 10, 13n.27, 15, 45n.2 50, 116, 121
James Joyce’s Ulysses (Gilbert), 143n13
Jameson, Frederic, 6, 13n.17
Jaye, Michael C., 144n.40
The Jazz Age, 3, 29, 50-51, 72-73, 101, 112, 118, 121, 130-31, 142-43,
John Gardner: Critical Perspectives (Morace/Vanspankeren editors), 108n.7
Johnson, Bruce, 97, 109n.26
Jolas, Eugene, 52
Joyce, James, 4, 8, 16, 81, 84, 102, 112, 114-16, 120, 143n.12; Stephen Dedalus, 112; Leopold Bloom, 115
Jude, the Obscure (Hardy), 96, 109n.25


K

Kahn, Sy, 144n.47
Kazin, Alfred, 52, 119, 126, 143n.20, 144n.36; “The Writer and the City,” 126, 143n.20, 144n.36
Keats, John, 21
Kellman, Steven G., 108n.8
Kermonde, Frank, 13n.19
Kerr, Joan P., 109n.21
Keyes, Frances P., 15, 45n.1
King, Ginevra, 21
Kriegel, Leonard, 8, 13n.21


L

Lawrence, D. H., 10, 13n.25, 17, 81
Leatherstocking Tales (Cooper), 6
Le Père Goriot (Balzac), 20
Le Vot, André, 105, 109n.15, 110n.37
Lee, A. Robert, 31, 46n.22
Lehan, Richard D., 19, 33, 45n.10, 46n.26, 166, 171n.28
Lerner, Max, 157, 171n.21
Les Misérables (Hugo), 121
Lessing, Doris, 84
The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Turnbull editor), 12n.8, 46n.18, 77n.28, 108n.1, 109n.17, 109n.30, 171n.11, 171n.14, 171n.16
Lewis, Sinclair, 132, 168
Lhamon, W. T., Jr., 46n.27
Literary Cafés of Paris (Fitch), 53-54, 76n.11
Literary New York (Edmiston/Cirino editors), 119, 143n.19
Literature and the Urban Experience (Jaye/Watts editors), 144n.40
Literature-Film Quarterly (periodical), 171n.15
Litfauer, Kenneth, 167
Little Boy Blue (theatrical production), 123
The Lives of Eighteen from Princeton (Thorp editor), 12n.5, 110n.36
Living Space in Fact and Fiction (Tristram), 46n.13
London, 11, 112-14
London, Jack, 168
Long Island, 9
Long, Robert E., 45, 47n.44
Los Angeles in Fiction (Fine editor), 171n.28, 171n.32
“The Los Angeles Novel and the Idea of the West” (Lehan), 171n.28
Lost Generation, 3, 73
Love and Death in American Novel (Fiedler), 47n.43
Lowell, James Russell, 112
Lubbock, Percy, 39, 46n.33
Lutwack, Leonard, 39, 46n.34
Lynch, Kevin, 129, 144n.39


M

McDonald, Edward D., 13n.25
Mackenzie, Compton, 8, 81-82, 90, 103, 108n.4
Malamud, Bernard, 100, 108
Manhattan Transfer (Dos Passos), 119-20, 131-32
Marcus, Jane, 144n.45
Margusee, Mike, 143n.17, 144n.23
The Markham Review (periodical), 46n.27
Master Humphery’s Clock (Dickens), 130, 144n.43
Matz, Charles, 47n.42
Maugham, Somerset, 81
Mellard, James M., 100, 109n.27
Melville, Herman, 4, 7, 139, 144n.48, Ishmael, 7
Mencken, H. L., 50
Middleton, Catherine A., 6, 13n.16
Miller, Henry, 84
Miller, James E. Jr., 142, 145n.53
Millgate, Michael, 165, 171n.27
The Mirror and the Lamp (Abrams), 13n.26
Miss Lonelyhearts (West), 131, 141
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), 83
Mizener, Arthur, 13n.5, 13n.24, 42, 47n.39, 71n.20, 93, 109n.19
Modern Fiction Studies (periodical), 143n.5, 144n.44
“The Modern Jewish Novel and the City” (Wirth-Nesher), 143n.5
Moll Flanders (Defoe), 4
Monison, Arthur, 131
“The Moral of F. Scott Fitzgerald” (Wescott), 12n.6
Morace, Robert A., 108n.7
Morse, Samuel F., 13n.15
A Moveable Feast (Hemingway), 53, 76n.9


N

Nagle, James, 86, 109n.12
Nassau Literary Magazine (periodical), 101
National Review (periodical), 144n.21
“The Natural History of German Life” (G. Eliot), 143n.11
New Essays on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Neglected Stories
(Bryer editor), 109n.12
A New Life (Malamud), 100
New Republic (periodical), 108n.8
New York: An Anthology (Margusee/Harris editors), 143n.17, 144n.23
New York City, 10-11, 19, 111-12, 117-42, 147; in Fitzgerald’s fiction, 121-32; in literature, 119-21
The New York Novel (Arden), 143n.16
The New York Vision (Gates), 144n.41
“Nicole’s Gardens” (S. West), 46n.35
Nightingale, Peggy, 13n.10
“A Note on Fitzgerald” (Dos Passos), 173n.3
“A Novel about Flappers for Philosophers” (Bailey), 108n.5
“The Novel and the City” (Raleigh), 143n.6


O

Oates, Joyce Carol, 109, 132, 144n.40
Ober, Harold, 153, 171n.9
Of Human Bondage (Maugham), 81
Of Time and River (Wolfe), 134
O’Hara, John, 10, 155
Oldenburg, Ray, 50, 76n.1
Olson, Charles, 7, 13n.18
On the Limits of Poetry (Tate), 46n.31
O’Neill, Eugene, 161
Orlofsky, Michael, 11, 13n.28
Opus Posthumous (Stevens), 13n.15
Our Mutual Friend (Dickens), 145, 145n.54


P

Parable, 1-3
Paris, 143
Paris Tribune (periodical), 53
Park, Robert, 143n.9
Pater, Walter, 15
Pendennis (Thackeray), 81
Perkins, Maxwell, 30, 82, 46n.17
Perosa, Sergio, 44, 47n.42
The Phantom Herd (Bower), 155
Phillips, Gene D., 164, 171n.25
Phoenix (Lawrence), 13n.25
“Picture, Scene, and Social Comment” (Arnold), 47n.45
Pierre (Melville), 142, 144n.48
Pike, Burton, 114, 143n.4
Pinney, Thomas, 143n.11
Piper, Henry Dan, 17, 45n.7, 157, 171n.19
Pocok, Douglas C. D., 13n.16
Poe, Edgar Allan, 16, 43, 125, 144n.29; “The Fall of the House Usher”, 16, 43; “To Helen”, 125
“The Poet of Borrowed Time” (Mizener), 12n.5
The Poetry of Robert Frost (Frost), 45n.5
The Political Unconscious (Jameson), 6, 13n.17
The Politics of Exile (Washington), 46n.21, 144n,30
Porte, Joe, 13n.14
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Joyce), 81, 114-16, 143n.12
Pound, Ezra, 124, 144n.28
“The Power of Place” (Orlofsky), 13n.28
Powdermaker, Hortense, 151, 170n.6
The Prelude (Wordsworth), 81
Price, Martin, 11, 13n.29
Princetonian (periodical), 104
Princeton University, 10-11, 52, 80, 82, 84-86, 94-96, 100-9, 119; Glee Club, 94, 101; Trianglar Club, 94, 103, 106
Problems of Dostoevsky’s Poetics (Bakhtin), 13n.13
Proctor, M. R., 82, 108n.3
Prohibition, 52, 57
Proust, Marcel, 8


Q

The Quaker Girl (theatrical production), 125


 

R

Rabelais, 2
Rabelais and His World (Bakhtin), 12n.2
Radcliffe, Ann, 18
Raleigh, John, 114, 143n.6
Resisting Novels (Davis), 13n.11
Ringle, Fred J., 171n.23
Robinson Crusoe (Defoe), 4
Roderick Hudson (James), 11, 13n.27
The Role of Place in Literature (Lutwack), 46n.34
“Romance and a Reading List” (Good), 108n.6
The Romantic Egotists (Smith/Bruccoli/Kerr editors), 109n.21
Ronald, Ann, 114, 143n.3
“Roots and Rootlessness” (Middleton), 13n.16
Rosten, Leo C., 149, 170n.2, 170n.5, 171n.22
Roth, Philip, 109
Rotsel, R. W., 13n.13
Roulston, Helen H., 109n.33
Roulston, Robert, 109n.33
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 81
Rovit, Earl H., 15, 45n.3
Rutledge, Archibald, 15, 45n.1


S

“The Scene of Violence” (Hoffman), 144n.44
Schlack, Deborah D., 101, 109n.32
Scholes, Robert, 46n.32
School: as the cradle of the elite, 79; life in, 80; in literature, 79-81; Newman News (periodical), 86; Newman School, 84, 87-88, 90-91, 102, 109, 119; St. Paul Academy, 84-85, 88, 91, 101; St. Paul Academy Now and Then (periodical), 86, 102; St. Regis, 88-89, 91-95, 98, 127
Schorer, Mark, 9, 13n.22
Schulberg, Budd, 153-54, 169, 172n.35
Scott Fitzgerald: The Promises of Life (Lee), 46n.22
Scott, Sir Walter, 4, 6
Scribner, Charles III, 171n.12
“The Search for a Capitalist Hero” (Smith), 172n.34
Seiters, Dan, 46n.12
Selected Poems (Pound), 144n.28
Selected Prose of T. S. Eliot
(Kermonde editor), 13n.19
Selections from Ralph Waldo Emerson (Whicher editor), 43n.16
The Self-begetting Novel (Kellman), 108n.8
A Sense of Place in the New Literatures in English (Nightingale editor), 13n.10
“Sense of Place in the New Literatures in English, Particularly South Africa” (Gray), 13n.10
Setting, 1, 3-6; in American Literature, 7-8; as a state of mind, 10; as symbols, 11
“Setting and a Sense of World in the Novel” (Gelley), 12n.1
Sewanee Review (periodical), 13n.21, 110n.38
Shawcross, John, 13n.20
Sherwood, Robert E., 160, 171n.23
Shirer, William L., 52, 76n.8
The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A New Collection (Bruccoli editor), 48n.36, 76n.14, 76n.22, 77n.29, 77n.32, 144n.25, 144n.31, 144n.38, 145n.52
Siegel, Ben, 109n.27, 110n.39
Sinclair, Upton, 132
Sinister Street (Mackenzie), 81-82,
Sinzelle, Claude M., 45n.8
Sister Carrie (Dreiser), 53, 115-16
Sketches of Boz (Dickens), 143n.10
Sklar, Robert, 150, 170n.7
Smith, Henry N., 7, 172n.34
Smith, Scottie Fitzgerald, 100, 109n.21
Some Time in the Sun (Dardis), 171n.8
Sons and Lovers (Lawrence), 81
The South Atlantic Quarterly (periodical), 12n.7
Southey, Robert, 143n.14
Spatz, Jonas, 161, 171n.24
Spencer, Benjamin, 2, 12n.7
Spengler, Oswald, 139, 145n.51
The Spoils of Poynton (James), 45n.2
Squier, Susan, 113, 143n.8, 144n.45
Stein, Gertrude, 3, 12n.9, 73
Stern, Milton R., 77n.27
Stevens, Wallace, 5, 13n.15


T

Tarkington, Booth, 8
Tate, Allen, 39, 46n.31
The Tell-Tale Heart and Other Writings (Poe), 144n.29
Thackeray, William, 16, 112
Thalberg, Irving, 152, 167
Thalberg: The Last Tycoon and the World of M-G-M (Flamini), 171n.30
Thalberg: Life and Legend (Thomas), 171n.31.
“These Wide Young People” (Carter), 76n.6
“This Side of Paradise: The Pageantry of Disillusion” (Kahn), 144n.47
This Side of Paradise as a Bildungsroman (Hendriksen), 109n.18
Thomas, Bob, 171n.31
Thoreau, Henry David, 39
Thorp, William, 13n.5, 110n.36
A Thousand and One Afternoons in Chicago (Hecht), 111, 143n.2
Thurber, James, 52
Tom Swift and His Wizard Camera (Appleton), 153
Town Tattle (periodical), 44
“Tradition and the Individual Talent” (Eliot), 13n.19
Tristram, Philippa, 28, 46n.13
The Tropic of Cancer (Miller), 84
Trotsky, Leon, 118
Turnbull, Andrew, 8, 12n.8, 46n.18, 77n.28, 108n.1, 109n.17, 109n.30, 171n.11, 171n.14, 171n.16
Twain, Mark, 4, 39, 81, 93; Huck Finn, 7, 39, 93
The 20’s (Hoffman), 76n.5
20th Century Journey (Shirer), 76n.8
Tycoons and Locusts (W. Wells), 171n.18


U

Ulysses (Joyce), 5-6, 114-16
UNESCO Courier (periodical), 170n.4
The University of Mississippi Studies in English (periodical), 46n.28
The University Review (periodical), 47n.45
U.S.A. (Dos Passos), 6


V

Vanity Fair (Thackeray), 16
Vanspankeren, Kathrya, 108n.7
Victorian Studies (periodical), 143n.6
“The Viennese Coffee House” (Wechsberg), 76n.2
Virgil, 113
Virgin Land (Smith), 7
The Voice of the City (O. Henry), 143n.15


W

Walden (Thoreau), 39
Washington, Bryan R., 31, 46n.21, 123, 144n.30
The Waste Land (Eliot), 8, 141
Watts, Ann, 144n.40
Watts, Ian, 112
Way, Brian, 156, 171n.20
Wharton, Edith, 8
Webster’s Third International Dictionary, 15
Wechsberg, Joseph, 50, 76n.2
Wells, H. G., 4, 8
Wells, Walter, 171n.18
Welty, Eudora, 4, 13n.12
Wescott, Glenway, 12n.6
West, James L. W. III, 107, 110n.38
West, Nathanael, 131, 141, 150, 153, 162, 171n.26
West, Suzanne, 46n.35
Western American Literature (periodical), 144n.46
“What Makes a Novelist” (Dos
Passos), 144n.21
What Makes Sammy Run (Schulberg), 153
“Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid?” (Hamilton), 76n.4
Whicher, Stephen E., 46n.16
“A Wildness of One’s Own” (Marcus), 144n.45
Wilhelm Meister (Goethe), 80
Williams, Raymond, 130, 144n.42
Williams, William Carlos, 10
Wilson, Edmund, 3, 106, 153, 170n.3, 171n.17
Winchell, Mark R., 167, 171n.32
The Winding Road to West Egg (Roulston/Roulston editors), 109n.33
Winesburg, Ohio (Anderson), 103, 109n.22
Wirth-Nesher, Hana, 112, 143n.5
Wolfe, Thomas, 84, 120, 131
Women Writers and the City (Squier), 143n.8, 144n.45
Wordsworth, William, 81
The Works of William Cowper (Southey editor), 143n.14
World War I, 50, 81
Writer's Digest (periodical), 13n.28


Y

Yale Review (periodical), 13n.28
Yale University, 83, 95, 97-98, 107
Yoknapatawpha, County, 6
The Young Mencken (Bode), 76n.3
Youth's Encounter (Mackenzie), 81-82


Z

Zola, Emile, 50, 131


 
 


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