"The Great Gatsby", F. Scott Fitzgerald - Critism of American Society.
"The Great Gatsby is a severe indictment of the value system of a particular segment of American society in the twenties."
With close reference to the novel, examine the major issues that F. Fitzgerald explores and faults he exposes.
On the surface, "The Great Gatsby" is a tragic love story but the theme, is in fact a harsh criticism on the American society in the 1920s. The author, F. Scott Fitzgerald explores the disintegration of the American Dream, through decayed moral and social values, materialism, careless gaiety, hollowness and social discrimination that existed in thos…
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