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"The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
In the epic novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, a naïve Midwestern boy trying to make it in New York City, Nick Carraway, narrates a story complete with many underlying themes relating to 1920's society. The main focus of the story is the negative effects of the obsession with materialism and 'The American Dream'. Throughout the novel, Fitzgerald makes the evils of greed and materialistic desires apparent by making all the characters lives miserable and empty- a philosophic statement about the typical American viewpoint of money and possessions.
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