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Great Gatsby - Men vs. Women
F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is a story of party people. The book takes place during the Roaring 20's when alcohol was prohibited. Most of the book revolves around the lavish parties that Jay Gatsby has. We find out that the purpose of his grand parties is to lure Daisy Buchanan to his house. Gatsby goes off to war and Daisy married Tom Buchannan because he has money. Nick Carraway is Daisy's cousin who moves to New York and brings Gatsby and Daisy together. Daisy starts to have an affair with Gatsby but her husband, Tom, is already having an affair with Myrtle Wilson. Fitzgerald…
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