F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”

From The Inter­net Archive: “Record­ed here is the com­plete, orig­i­nal sto­ry The Curi­ous Case of Ben­jamin But­ton as penned by Fitzger­ald in the ear­ly 1920s, pub­lished orig­i­nal­ly in Col­liers and final­ly col­lect­ed in the pop­u­lar Tales of the Jazz Age.” You can down­load and lis­ten to this Fitzger­ald sto­ry here. Mul­ti­ple for­mats are avail­able. We’ve also  added this work to our Free Audio Book col­lec­tion, along with some oth­er good works: Niko­lai Gogol’s The Over­coat, Walt Whit­man’s Song of Myself and Oth­er Poems, and Lu Xun’s “A Mad­man’s Diary.

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