The Cut-Glass Bowl

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"The Cut-Glass Bowl" is a short story by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, first published in the May 1920 issue of Scribner's Magazine, and included later that year in his first short story collection Flappers and Philosophers. It tracks the lives of a married couple in New York, Evylyn and Harold Piper, through various difficult or tragic events that involve a cut glass bowl they received as a wedding gift.

Fitzgerald wrote the story in October 1919.[1]


  1. ^ Petry, Alice Hall (1989), Fitzgerald's Craft of Short Fiction: The Collected Stories, 1920-1935, University of Alabama Press, p. 16, ISBN 9780817305475.

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