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Comparing the Great Gatsby by Scott Fitzgerald to The Graduate
Two recent East Coast college graduates find themselves alienated and adrift in the shifting society of their time. Both question the values of the two very different societies, one the roaring 1920s and one the free-love decade of the 1960s. Nick, in The Great Gatsby, feels like he is being sucked into the socialite world of East Egg and finds this world to be devoid of all meaning. Ben Braddock in The Graduate feels like he was born into the shallow world of his parents and his parent's friends.
In one of the earliest scenes in the movie, Ben says that he wants his future to be different…
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