Recent Gatsby Coverage

Ron Charles (of The Washington Post) reviews and loves the latest in"Gatsby" adaptations.
Nghi Vo’s demonic adaptation of ‘The Great Gatsby’ might be — gasp — jazzier than the original.

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The Great Gatsby is synonymous with parties, glitz and glamour – but this is just one of many misunderstandings about the book that began from its first publication.

"Of all the reviews, even the most enthusiastic, not one had the slightest idea what the book was about" – F Scott Fitzgerald


Read a BBC article: The world's most misunderstood novel


New Takes on Gatsbuy 

"More than 25m copies of The Great Gatsby have been sold since it was first published in 1925, and the expiration of copyright, 95 years after it was released, opens the door to anything and everything fans might want to do with it. The start of the year also brought the release of The Gay Gatsby (“Everyone’s got something to hide, but the secrets come out at Gaylord Gatsby’s parties – the gayest affairs West Egg ever had…”), and Jay the Great, a “modern retelling” of the story...."
                                                                                                         From The Guardian