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Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald (Penguin Classics)

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“Tender Is the Night” is a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, first published in 1934. It is often considered one of Fitzgerald’s most ambitious and complex works, exploring themes of love, betrayal, mental illness, and the decline of the American Dream.

The novel is set primarily on the French Riviera during the 1920s and follows the lives of Dick and Nicole Diver, a glamorous American couple. Dick is a talented and charismatic psychiatrist, while Nicole is his beautiful and enigmatic wife. They live a seemingly charmed life, surrounded by wealth, luxury, and the company of other expatriates and socialites.

However, as the story unfolds, it becomes evident that their marriage is troubled. Dick’s professional success is overshadowed by Nicole’s deteriorating mental health, stemming from a traumatic event in her past. Their relationship becomes increasingly strained as Dick struggles to balance his personal and professional responsibilities while grappling with his own insecurities and desires.

The narrative also delves into the lives of other characters, including Rosemary Hoyt, a young actress who becomes infatuated with Dick, and Tommy Barban, a wealthy acquaintance with a mysterious past. Through these characters, Fitzgerald explores the complexities of human relationships and the illusions of happiness and fulfillment.

“Tender Is the Night” is notable for its non-linear narrative structure, with the story unfolding through a series of flashbacks and shifts in perspective. It reflects Fitzgerald’s own experiences and observations of the excesses and disillusionment of the Jazz Age.

Despite receiving mixed reviews upon its initial publication, “Tender Is the Night” has since been recognized as a literary classic and is praised for its lyrical prose, rich characterizations, and poignant exploration of the human condition.


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