This is a collection of incredible short stories, everyone is different but special in its own way.
“The Rubber Check” (1932) is about the usual Fitzgerald young man, this time depicted frankly as a fortune hunter.
“The Love Boat” (1927) marks a new stage in Fitzgerald’s career as a magazine write; it is the first of his mature stories about the search for irrecoverable illusions.
“The Bowl” (1928) is Fitzgerald’s only college-football story, much as he loved the sport.
“More Than Just a House” (1933) is about the same Fitzgerald hero, though it casts him in the role of a rising businessman.