This Side of Paradise Essay | This Side of Paradise, An American Classic

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This Side of Paradise, An American Classic

Summary: Reviews the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, This Side of Paradise. Examines why it is considered a classic. Provides a plot summary.
The mere transition from childhood to adulthood is a rough road, of which responsibilities, debaucheries, and insights are unexpectedly discerned. In F. Scott Fitzgerald's This Side of Paradise, a personage named Amory Blaine epitomizes the confusion of the expedition across the bridge of maturity. Amory was born in a family of affluence, always receiving what he desired, and having always been well-liked. With an air of sophistication and conceit, Amory first enters the real world when he attends college. With so many choices opened to Amory, he begins to make his own mistakes, learning from them as he goes. Through this rough road towards maturity, F. Scott Fitzgerald utilizes his character Amory Blaine to mold his novel This Side of Paradise, adding specific aspects that register the novel as a classic. Fitzgerald's masterpiece has the elements of a book for all time by...

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