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Short Speech on "Changes in The great Gatsby"
The Great Gatsby is F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic 1920's novel encompassing the story a man in search of the American dream but in a much more sinister manner. On the surface the novel is a story about the disillusioned love between two characters Jay Gatsby and Daisy. However, the strong and saddening underlying theme is far from romantic. The novel encapsulates a highly symbolic notion of the 1920's in America as a whole and in particular the disintegration of the American dream in an upperclass world of vulgar materialism.
Jay Gatsby is a man from humble beginnings trying to ma…
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