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Bernice bobs her hair

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Bernice bobs her hair

and other stories

by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Published by Dover Publications in Mineola, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementF. Scott Fitzgerald.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3511.I9 A6 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22685050M
ISBN 100486470490
ISBN 109780486470498
LC Control Number2008048696
OCLC/WorldCa276139433

"Bernice Bobs Her Hair" was Fitzgerald's fourth Saturday Evening Post story and provided the subject for the dust-jacket illustration when it was collected in Flappers and Philosophers. In the story, Bernice's long flowing hair is one of her greatest treasures. When her cousin Marjorie suggests she "bob" it, life changes for both of them. Bernice Bobs Her Hair by F. Scott Fitzgerald Words | 2 Pages. behaviors. With the story being set in the summer, with young people flirting and dancing, one might expect a happy ending with people pairing off successfully.

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Bernice Bobs Her Hair was a fun short story, it was quick and easy to read. This poor girl just wanted to be accepted by her cousin and her friends. I could not help but smile when Bernice chops her cousin's hair off in her sleep. That girl had it coming.4/5.

"Bernice Bobs Her Hair" is reminiscent of a modern high school comedy. Bernice is a socially awkward intellectual and a definite party pooper, so thinks her cousin Majorie.

Majorie hatches a plan to take plain Bernice and make her into a socially attractive girl who becomes the center of Cited by: 7. "Bernice Bobs Her Hair" is a literary short story by American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. First published in the general interest magazine Saturday Evening Post, it later appeared in Fitzgerald's first short story collection, Flappers and Philosophers ().

BERNICE BOBS HER HAIR by F. Scott Fitzgerald After dark on Saturday night one could stand on the first tee of the golf-course and see the country-club windows as a yellow expanse over a very black and wavy ocean. The waves of this ocean, so to speak, were the heads of many curious caddies, a few of the more ingenious chauffeurs, the.

Bernice Bobs Her Hair - Kindle edition by Fitzgerald, F. Scott. Download Bernice bobs her hair book once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Bernice Bobs Her Hair.4/5(20).

This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Bernice Bobs Her Hair by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Scott Fitzgerald’s short story “Bernice Bobs Her Hair” first appeared in the Saturday Evening Post in May of and subsequently in his first short story collection, Flappers and Philosophers, later that same year.

Published in in the Saturday Evening Post, a popular magazine of the day, "Bernice Bobs Her Hair" deals with a favorite theme of F. Scott Fitzgerald's: the desire for popularity in the.

Bernice Bobs Her Hair By: F. Scott Fitzgerald () Pretty but socially clueless Bernice lets her know-it-all cousin push her around, but eventually, something's gotta give.

Bernice Bobs Her Hair Summary. It's summertime, and the young, popular crowd, home from prep school and college, are looking to have fun. Unfortunately for Marjorie Harvey, her dull cousin Bernice is visiting for a month.

bernice bobs her - Google Docs Loading. However, as Bernice descends deeper into her new lifestyle, the fickle nature of the social scene becomes increasingly evident. Scott Fitzgerald wrote “Bernice Bobs Her Hair” based on letters he had sent to his younger sister providing similar advice on.

Bernice Bobs Her Hair is only one of many, so keep in mind that you're getting a one-hour recording, but still well worth your purchase. And funny. Bernice is a typical young woman learning to maneuver through her societies.

Bernice Bobs Her Hair Introduction. Scott Fitzgerald was a famously fast-living kind of guy, and his works of fiction document the lives of young, hip people like him.

Fitzgerald's stories chronicled a new generation of American youth whose excesses astounded their elders, and his delightful, bold, and infuriating characters provided a template for the modern socialite. The reference is to “Bernice Bobs Her Hair,” a 10,word story he drafted in that contains, in altered form, some of the very material he included in his letter to his sister.

Fitzgerald sent the story to various magazines, including Women’s Home Companion, and it was met with rejection notes. Bernice Bobs Her Hair F.

Scott Fitzgerald Published in in the “Saturday Evening Post,” a popular magazine of the day, "Bernice Bobs Her Hair" deals with a favorite theme of F.

Scott Fitzgerald's: the desire for popularity in the shallow, appearance-obsessed social climate of the famous "Roaring Twenties.". He "worships" Marjorie, but becomes very jealous of her other lovers. Warren becomes enamored with Bernice for a short time; when she bobs her hair, he immediately loses all interest.

Mrs. Harvey/Aunt Josephine, Marjorie's mother, to whom Marjorie complain about Bernice's social hopelessness. In Marjorie's opinion, Mrs.

Harvey fails to. When the clock showed noon Bernice closed her book with a snap. 29 "I suppose I'd better get my railroad ticket." This was not the beginning of the speech she had rehearsed up-stairs, but as Marjorie was not getting her cues--wasn't urging her to be reasonable; it's all a mistake--it was the best opening she could muster.

Then Bernice winced as Marjorie tossed her own hair over her shoulders and began to twist it slowly into two long blond braids until in her cream-colored negligée she looked like a delicate painting of some Saxon princess. Fascinated, Bernice watched the braids grow. Bernice Bobs Her Hair by F.

Scott Fitzgerald | Audiobooks Youtube Free | Short Stories Youtube. Audio book Audiobooks 7, views. Bernice Bobs Her Hair [w/ intro by Henry Fonda]. Bernice Bobs Her Hair (FULL Audiobook) by F.

Scott Fitzgerald () Pretty but socially clueless Bernice lets her know-it-all cousin push her around, but eventually, something's gotta give. However, as Bernice descends deeper into her new lifestyle, the fickle nature of the social scene becomes increasingly evident.

F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote “Bernice Bobs Her Hair” based on letters he had sent to his younger sister providing similar advice on how to become a more attractive society : Pretty but socially clueless Bernice lets her know-it-all cousin push her around, but eventually, something's gotta give!

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