The Great Gatsby Audiobook

The Great Gatsby Audiobook

What is The Great Gatsby audiobook about?

The Great Gatsby audiobook is about Jay Gatsby, a man whose life revolves around one desire, to reconcile with his love Daisy Buchanan, whom he lost five years before. Gatsby’s journey takes him from adversity to fortune, into the arms of his lover, and finally to demise. The Great Gatsby audiobook is a famous work of American fiction.  It’s a magnificent and tragic work known for Fitzgerald’s ability to represent a cross-segment of American culture.

The Great Gatsby audiobook set in the jazz age, in 1922, about a man’s quest for the American Dream. Nick Carraway, the storyteller, is a wealthy American who relocates to New York to pursue a career as a bond dealer. In The Great Gatsby audiobook free, Nick encounters an unusual, very wealthy neighbor called Jay Gatsby and becomes entangled in Gatsby’s scheme to revive his true lost love with Daisy Buchanan, Nick’s cousin. But, Daisy Buchanan was now the wife of Tom Buchanan. Nick realizes shortly after his arrival that Daisy’s husband has been cheating on her with a woman named Myrtle Wilson, wife of the garage owner.

In The Great Gatsby audiobook free, Jay Gatsby is engaged in criminal activities such as smuggling or selling alcohol during restriction when the sale of alcohol is banned in the U.s. He arranges expensive gatherings and ultimately finds his sweetheart Daisy and has a relationship with her. Daisy hits and murders Myrtle while driving Gatsby’s automobile on her way back home from New York. She is completely oblivious that she has murdered her husband’s girlfriend and left the scene. Myrtle’s husband was in search of his wife’s murderer. Daisy’s husband, Tom, leads him to Gatsby’s mansion, where he murders Gatsby and then commits suicide, putting an end to Daisy’s relationship.

Who is the author of The Great Gatsby audiobook?

F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gatsby audiobook.

Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896. He was an author, satirist, scriptwriter, and fiction writer from the United States. Fitzgerald was most recognized for his books, which depicted the quirkiness and extravagance of the Roaring Twenties. He authored four books, four collections of stories, and 164 short stories throughout his life. Fitzgerald enjoyed temporary fame and money in the 1920s. He acquired widespread critical and popular recognition after his death. He is one of the twentieth century’s best American authors.

Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota but reared in New York. He joined Princeton University, but quit in 1917 to enlist in The army due to a broken love and passion for literature. He fell madly in love with wealthy lady Zelda Sayre while posted in Alabama. Zelda consented to marry Fitzgerald after he authored the best-selling This Side of Paradise in 1920 despite originally rejecting him owing to his financial circumstances.

Ernest Hemingway was his biggest inspiration as a writer. His second novel, The Beautiful and Damned published in 1922, catapulted him into the upper class of New York City. Throughout this time, he also published many magazine pieces to support his lifestyle. The Great Gatsby published in 1925, his third novel, was motivated by his journey to stardom and romance with Zelda. While Zelda was in a mental institution for her treatment, Fitzgerald finished his final work, Tender Is the Night.

He died in 1940, at the age of 44, after a prolonged battle with alcohol addiction.

Who is the narrator of The Great Gatsby audiobook?

The narrator of The Great Gatsby audiobook is Jake Gyllenhaal. Another audiobook that Jake Gyllenhaal has also narrated is Sea Wall / A Life.

What is the length of The Great Gatsby audiobook?

The length of The Great Gatsby audiobook is 4 hours and 49 minutes.

When was The Great Gatsby audiobook published?

Audible Studios published The Great Gatsby audiobook on 04/09/13.