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(Independent)   F. Scott Fitzgerald stories originally seen in Saturday Evening Post to be republished uncensored, with sex, drugs, nudity and profanity restored to prominence. "The decadence of several of the characters is revealed more clearly"   ( divider line
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2014-05-03 07:34:20 PM  
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Sounds like a puerile attempt to shock readers, but the question really is whether the story is improved by such crassness.

Seeing as it's F. Scott Fitzgerald, it's unlikely the story could be improved by adding anything to it.
2014-05-03 07:34:04 PM  
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fusillade762: Nudity? In literature?

yes.there was literally, lots of nudity.
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