The Great Gatsby
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F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby

Page count: 144
Language: English

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Words used in the book
Gatsby
Daisy
Nick
Wealth
Luxury
Parties
Valley
Disillusionment
Flapper
Jazz
Rumor
Longing
Illusion
Dream
West Egg
East Egg
Mansion
Love
Obsession
Fate
Money
Hope
Betrayal
Deception
Class
Status
Prohibition

Description

"One of the most important works in American literature — and, to many, the great American novel." — Time.

"I want to write something new," F. Scott Fitzgerald told his editor, Maxwell Perkins, "something extraordinary and beautiful and simple and intricately patterned." A century later, Fitzgerald's little book of big ideas retains its freshness and excitement. The quintessential portrait of Jazz Age America, it reflects the era's postwar exuberance as well as the corruption and immorality lurking behind the glamour of wild parties, dancing, and illegal drinking.
 Narrator Nick Carraway — a transplant from the Midwest like Fitzgerald himself — observes the wasteful lives of his well-to-do neighbors in this tale of money, love, and the pursuit of the American dream. The unforgettable cast is headed by Jay Gatsby, a self-made man whose determination to realize his fantasies embodies both the glories of imagination and the grimness of reality. Above all, The Great Gatsby is animated by the magic of Fitzgerald's incandescent prose and its timeless exploration of the importance of honesty, the temptations of wealth, and the struggle to escape the past.
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