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The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald
The book The Great Gatsby was a major influence in its time. The book discussed topics that were interesting, important, and controversial. This book explores the American Dream, as it exists in a dishonest period.
The main theme in the book deals with the decline in morals and values. The Great Gatsby describes the decline of the American Dream, and the want for money and materialistic things. The book also explains the gap between the rich and the poor. Fitzgerald used the West Egg and the Valley of Ashes to describe the gap. He also used the differences between the East Egg and the West…
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