Head And Shoulders: Short Story
|Authors:||Fitzgerald, F. Scott|
|ISBN:||9781443435185, Related ISBNs: 144343518X, 9781443435185|
|Number of pages:||25|
“Head and Shoulders” is the story of what happens when Yale philosopher Horace Tarbox—the “head”—answers the door to Vaudeville star Marcia—the “shoulders.” Marcia’s performance is but the first step in an astonishing role reversal that will prove, “…when you [open] the door at the rap of life, you let in many things.”
“Head and Shoulders” was collected in Flappers and Philosophers (1920), and is resonant with many of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s most popular themes including mismatched lovers, the sacrifices made for love, and romantic disappointment.
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