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The Great Gatsby and the American Dream Title: The Great Gatsby Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
F. Scott Fitzgerald is famous for writing the "Great American Novel" known as The Great Gatsby (Baker 123). This epic novel portrays life in the 1920's during the jazz years, prohibition, and World War I. The story seems to take on a theme of romance, success, wealth, moral values and happiness or what is thought of as the "American Dream."
However, as it turns out, due to easy money and the carefree social values of the era, The Great Gatsby depicts a story of the "withering of the American Dream" (Criticism 125).
Jay Gatsby falls in love with Daisy, a wealthy, romantic socialite who…
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