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Tender is the Night (Anglais) Broché – 1934

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Sûrement l'oeuvre la plus saisissante de Fitzgerald, qui arrive à capter les sentiments humains dans toute leur finesse et leur complexité. Peut-être est-ce dû au fait que l'intrigue est empreinte de bribes de son histoire personnelle, ce qui rend son écriture plus intime, plus touchante. Simplement magnifique !
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Delivered well on time - cute book with gold-edged pages, fitted bookmark and small print - like books of my childhood! Look forward to reading it as it is set around the area we live, south of France.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Third Time's a Charm 6 mai 2016
Par Spencer Reppe - Publié sur
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This is the third time I've read this book, and have gained a new appreciation for it, as I had as a companion piece Matthew Bruccoli's Some Sort of Epic Grandeur. He devotes 93 pages to Fitzgerald's process and struggle with this, his last complete novel. It took him nine years, with many false starts. It was not until 1930-1931 that he wrote five short stories that allowed him to develop themes that would later be incorporated into Tender is the Night—"One Trip Abroad", "The Hotel Child", Babylon Revisited", "On Your Own", and "Emotional Bankruptcy". It was these stories that allowed him to write Zelda and himself into the novel. Zelda's mental illness is the catalytic event , but the subject of the novel becomes Fitzgerald's waste of his genius as expressed through the career of Dr. Richard Diver, who plunges from great promise to failure.
Fitzgerald finally has material he feels strongly about: Zelda's breakdown, and his own deterioration. He has a store of painful emotions to draw from. Dick Diver is ruined by the rich at the simplest level, but the true source of his collapse is his need to be loved and admired, leading him to squander his emotional capital. He succeeds at curing his patient-wife at the cost of his own career.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A classic for certain 3 octobre 2014
Par Billy B - Publié sur
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A classic read. I was required to read this in High School and was not a fan at that young age, but with my increasing years comes appreciation for classic literature. Quite honestly, this is a fine novel from an American master. I'd recommend it to every reading aficionado whom appreciates the classic authors. I have read just about all of what most would consider the "great" works of Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and other masters. This one ranks very highly in my library.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Stick with this One. 17 mai 2015
Par Ginny Davis - Publié sur
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I would have given this book a higher rating but after getting into Book 1 (it's divided into 3 books), I was bored and had to keep looking words up in the dictionary. I didn't like most of the characters and couldn't even discern a story. However, I stuck with it and was richly rewarded in Books 2 and 3. I felt that Book 1 had been written by a totally different author. The character and story development in Books 2 and 3 were superb. Once again, Fitzgerald hit a home run.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Confusing literary mess 22 novembre 2013
Par Phil Philson - Publié sur
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I have an ongoing disagreement with a friend (an avid Fitzerald fan) about Tender is the Night. He thinks it's Fitzgerald's finest work and indicative of the personal emotional torture he was experiencing at the time. I think it is disorganized and hard to follow. Character's disappear and reappear without sufficient introduction. A first person dialogue is inserted here or there without any transition. Much of it is poetic and beautifully written, but altogether it is a confusing literary mess.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Doesn't live up to its promise... 26 avril 2013
Par justabitoutside - Publié sur
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I've loved other works by FSF, and I really wanted to love this one, too, but I found it pretty disappointing. The premise had great potential: A handsome and brilliant young psychiatrist marries his patient who happens to be very rich as well as bright and lovely and mentally unstable. Unfortunately, the plot is painfully slow and rambling, the characters are shallow and unlikable, and the message seems confused and obscure. I felt it deserved a third star because of Fitzgerald's strikingly beautiful prose, but in truth, I can't recommend it.
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