Flappers, Jazz, & Bootleg Whiskey: An Anthology of the 1920s

Editor Grafton Byrne has skillfully selected an array of works representing the Roaring Twenties. This anthology is an excellent and thorough collection of Jazz Age literature, with an insightful forward by Byrne, and includes many of the popular prose works of the 1920s. Authors represented: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Harry Leon Wilson (who popularized the term “flapper”), and Edith M. Hull. These are the most vital works produced by writers of this roaring period of American history, offering a broad perspective on a decade of excess.