Gatsby_cover_email.jpgFinally, an exhibit specifically catering to those interested in American classics, gonzo journalism, and Don Corleone. John McWhinnie at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller opened up their new show this week, American Dreamers: Gatsby, Godfather and Gonzo, that features “manuscripts, letters, artwork, objects and ephemera” from “three great literary works of the twentieth century.” Included in the show is an “original corrected manuscript for The Godfather together with all of the screenplays, heavily revised, for the movie trilogy; letters between Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola, and Marlon Brando.” Hunter S. Thompson’s “original manuscripts of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” and “preparatory sketches and artwork by Francis Cugat for the dust-jacket of The Great Gatsby, arguably the most famous dust-jacket of the twentieth century.”