An exploration of the changing identity of women at the beginning of the twentieth century through the writings of F. Scott Fitzgerald, who lived and wrote during this period of radical social upheaval and who "recognized sooner than most that the nature of [women's] advance had changed radically with the coming of the Jazz Age." (Brian Way) and who was "a spokesman for his generation."
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Hicks, Patrick, "The Feminine, Feminist, Female and Fitzgerald: A Critical Study of women Characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald's Novels and Short Stories" (1992). Honors Theses. 315.