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The present article attempts to contribute to both Fitzgerald scholarship and nostalgia studies by examining how text, illustration, and advertisement enter into dialogue in the original magazine format of F. Scott Fitzgerald's short story "The Rich Boy". As research is still scarce on Fitzgerald's stories as they were first published, this field may hold new, potential research paths for this canonical author, a few of which I endeavor to explore here. This paper suggests that this 1926doi:10.3390/h7040131 fatcat:nrnav6adqnaj5ky4cqwakvhdyq