Tender is the Night is based upon the author's unhappy marriage, and was written as he was experiencing the tragedies of his wife's nervous breakdown and his own decline.
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Yes. I felt there was a lack of details in how some of the people came to their decisions, mostly Nicole's thoughts.
How in order to help one person another has to fall. Something I do not agree with. Also how Fitzgerald was able to bring out some of the monotony of real life.
The least interesting for me was how long it took me to get interested in the story.
His ability to sing, speak French, and change tone for different people.
I use the word people here instead of character because Fitzgerald did create people for this book. The adage of "Write what you know" is been proven true with this book and its test of time.
Among the top.
The end, that is everything but what you expected from the beginning.
The feeling that the characters are close friends.
There are many!
Very enjoyable listening!
A better story line
It went nowhere and was not interesting. I had to force myself to listen
I would scrap the whole story and start over
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