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In Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby, he honestly portrays the 1920's through his narrative, Nick Carraway, who claims to be impartial by reserving all judgment, and is able to provide the most accurate depiction of Gatsby's life, which, becomes very important because Fitzgerald is able to utilize Gatsby's complex character to criticize the 1920's and the American dream that swept the nation.
The 1920's was a time of optimism and the pursuit of unreachable dreams, causing Gatsby to follow the American Dream and search for a better life, in his case , a life with Daisy, which is as unatt…
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