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Bernice Bobs Her Hair Bernice Bobs Her Hair Was Fitzgerald S Fourth Saturday Evening Post Story 1 May 1920 And Provided The Subject For The Dust Jacket Illustration When It Was Collected In Flappers And Philosophers It Occupies An Important Position In The Fitzgerald Canon As A Witty Early Treatment Of A Characteristic Subject That He Would Later Examine Seriously The Competition For Social Success And The Determination With Which His Characters Especially The Young Women Engage In It The Story Was Based On A Detailed Memo Fitzgerald Wrote To His Younger Sister, Annabel, Advising Her How To Achieve Popularity With Boys Cultivate Deliberate Physical Grace See The Complete Letter In Correspondence Of F Scott Fitzgerald, Pp 15 18 Fitzgerald Had Some Difficulty Bringing Bernice To Salable Form He Cut Some Three Thousand Words And Rewrote To Inject A Snappy Climax.

10 thoughts on “Bernice Bobs Her Hair

  1. says:

    Bernice vs Marjorie Cousin vs cousin Polite and unassuming Bernice is visiting her narcissistic and snobbish cousin Marjorie When jealously arises over the affections of a certain young man, a battle of wits and wills ensues and reaches a conclusion that is both surprising and satisfying.This very entertaining short story was first publish

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    Oh, my Lord cried Marjorie in desperation You little nut Girls like you are responsible for all the tiresome colorless marraiges all those ghastly ineffiencies that pass as feminine qualities what a blow it must be when a man with imagination marries the beautiful bundle of clothes that he s been building ideals round, and finds that she

  3. says:

    F Scott Fitzgerald picked the weakest plots and settings which many who loved to have grand eternal questions spicing up their novels and stories would easily find mundane or of no interest or concern to them Yet it is here that I find marvel in his works.What do I care, indeed, about a love triangle among the rich, beautiful, amoral pre war Ameri

  4. says:

    My first Fitzgerald short story and I really enjoyed it Fitting for the times, a story about the pitfalls of popularity and the hazard of getting what you wish for as well as the sweet taste of revenge.

  5. says:

    So perfectly real.

  6. says:

    As good as expected, did not think it would deal with anything like this, I had social justice female stuff because of bobbing the hair etc, but the ending was great, well deserved, and I hope Bernice learns to love her hair.

  7. says:

    I have arranged my thoughts into a haiku In high class combat, The cattiness of young girlsHolds few loyalties.

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    AudioBook Review Stars Overall 5 Narration 5 Story 4I am admittedly not a huge fan of Fitzgerald s work, although I can and do appreciate his sharp wit that informs observations and commentary about behavior and motivations What stands out most sharply is the fact that human behavior and desires have not changed the characters in this story are self absorbed, obsesse

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    Bernice vai passar o ver o com a prima Marjorie na cidade quando escuta, sem querer, Marjorie queixar se m e de como a prima insonsa, apagada e sem qualquer habilidade social uma seca t o grande que nenhum jovem quer sequer dan ar com ela Depois de amea ar que se vai embora, Bernice decide, em vez disso, seguir os conselhos da prima de forma a tornar se mais popular entr

  10. says:

    Wow, this short story surprised me I enjoyed it much than any novel I ve read by him I m glad I gave his short stories a chance, I ll probably read though I think I m finally calling it on his novels.

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