Fitsgerald wrote about the twenties
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Deleted account 5 months ago
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In his novel, The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald captures not only the extravagance of the Jazz Age but also the selfishness and materialism lurking underneath the shiny surface.

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Helenajlove 5 months ago
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Yes? I’m assuming this is the great Gatsby which is set just prior to the Great Depression. F Scott Fitzgerald’s story follows the hollowness of the American dream after the Great War and the economic difference between of the working class economy and the wealthy, before its crumble during the Great Depression

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