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It would have been Fitzgerald's best novel . . . Even in this truncated form it not only makes absorbing reading; it is the best piece of creative writing that we have about one phase of American life - Hollywood and the movies (New York Times)

Wonderful . . . a novel about Hollywood, written from the inside (Sunday Times)

His talent was as natural as the pattern that was made by the dust on a butterfly's wings (Ernest Hemingway) --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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These sumptuous new hardback editions mark the 70th anniversary of Fitzgerald's death.Their eyes 'met and tangled. For an instant they made love as no one ever dares to do after. Their glance was slower than an embrace, more urgent than a call'. A novel of the glittering decadence of Hollywood in its heyday, this was Fitzgerald's last work and he died without completing it. The novel's tragic tycoon hero is Stahr. Caught in the crossfire of his own effortless cynicism and his silent, secret vulnerability, Stahr inhabits a world dominated by business, alcohol and promiscuity. If there is a moral or social necessity to film-making in this West Coast never-never land, Stahr does not always believe in it. If there is love he does not always see it. The sharpness of Fitzgerald's prose, the steely simplicity of his style, give a cutting edge to this study of Hollywood in the thirties, from which Fitzgerald draws a painfully bitter-sweet love affair and bids his own poignant farewell to the Great American Dream.

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Excellent chef d'oeuvre de Fitzgerald. Édition poche, le papier n'est pas terrible, en revanche les notes originales de l'auteur sont aussi présentées. Ça vaut la peine.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Font to small to read 24 octobre 2016
Par Bianca Schwarz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm giving this book one star not for it's content but for this particular ebook edition. I love the Last Tycoon but lent out my paperback copy to a friend who lent it to a friend and it just never came back to me.So I thought I'll buy it as an ebook so it stays on my kindle. I found this edition and loved that it had the old cover on it and I even looked inside before i purchased. I noticed that it looked like it was scanned in but figured it wouldn't make any difference and it was fine to read on my computer. However, when I opened it on my Kindle, the print was so small, I couldn't read it even with reading glasses. No problem I thought, just go to the font size feature and enlarge it. Well, turns out you can't enlarge the font size in this book and that made it impossible for me to read it. So please find another edition of The Last Tycoon, it is well worth reading.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fitzgerald's uncompleted gem, is more than just a good read. It is evolving as it moves. 28 janvier 2016
Par Richard Andrews - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fitzgerald never finished this piece, but was well on his way. Too bad someone doesn't have the capability to take his notes and conclude it. Very entangled with lots of options. It is an excellent example of a work in progress, and the editor in you wants to make suggestions etc. Which makes it ever so much more than just a read. His style is so simple but so full of interesting turns that are more than just glitz. They have meaning to the story. I highly recommend it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Loved it 21 juin 2016
Par H. Bonney Fisher - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Loved the characters, and can see how their personalities and stories could be developed in a series. The time period is interesting, and not explored as often as some other eras. Although the screen play took liberties with Fitzgerald's novel, it seemed to remain true to the original for the most part. Also found it interesting that some of the issues explored in the film (i.e., salary inequality, women's position in the work place, homelessness) are still issues today. And there's nothing not to love about Matt Bomer - such a good choice for Monroe, Would love to see the pilot made into a series to see more character development and relationships.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 F. Scott Fitzgerald's last novel 2 mars 2014
Par Ev Nucci - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fitzerald is one of my son's favorite authors and for Christmas one year I bought all of his books for their library. I finally bought this one for my own library. It is a challenge seeing the narrator, (Fitzgerald) as a female. Monroe Stahr is a Hollywood big shot and Fitzgerald doesn't finish his last novel before he dies. If you're looking for another Gatsby, it's not going to happen here. It's a good read, but it's not Gatsby.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 "The Last Tycoon" is actually a work in progress. ... 30 mars 2016
Par Sonia Kantor - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"The Last Tycoon" is actually a work in progress. As a result, the narrative is somewhat disjointed, with large gaps in the story. The main character is well fleshed out, and the description of the Hollywood studio system is fascinating. Read it and try to imagine what it might have been had the author not died prematurely.
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