The Great Gatsby

By F. Scott Fitzgerald (Author)

Series Signature Editions


Pub Date 4/5/2022

ISBN 9781435172470

Format Hardcover, Jacketed



The Great Gatsby

by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Discover the story of The Great Gatsby with this striking collector’s edition from Union Square & Co.’s Signature Editions series! The classic texts that shaped our culture feature exclusive cover art by distinguished artist Malika Favre. Her bold, graphic style gives each classic literature book a small masterpiece for a jacket. Collect the set or prize this The Great Gatsby special edition as your showpiece literary classic.
When Nick Carraway moves to West Egg, Long Island, he has no idea that the lavishly outfitted mansion next to his modest house is home to Jay Gatsby. Eventually, Nick becomes aware of Gatsby’s intense interest in his cousin Daisy Buchanan, and when Daisy’s brutish husband, Tom, probes into Gatsby’s background, he uncovers unsavory truths about his rival’s wealth . . .

Literary history and meaning: The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, was first published in 1925. Set in the Jazz Age on Long Island, New York, it tells the story of Jay Gatsby, a wealthy, mysterious, and complex man driven by an obsession with his past, and Daisy Buchanan, a married woman he loved in his youth. Considered one of the greatest novels ever written, it explores themes of love, loss, and the American Dream. The Great Gatsby has been adapted numerous times for film, including the 1974 release starring Robert Redford as Jay Gatsby. While the events of the novel take place during the roaring twenties, the story’s relevance today lies in the contrast between the façade the wealthy can portray—on social media, for example—and the dark realities behind the scenes, revealing the fallacy of the American Dream.

F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940) was a celebrated author of novels and short stories whose work is synonymous with the Jazz Age and the Roaring Twenties of the early 20th century. 

Title Details

Pages 152 pages

Trim 5.25 x 8 x 0 Inches

Territories World

Category Classics

Carton Quantity 52