"The Great Gatsb"y - this is a SOCRATIC essay.
What is the significance of the debasement of women in The Great Gatsby?
The early nineteen hundreds was a time of political reform for women. The Congressional Union for Women Suffrage was formed in 1914, the National Woman's Party was created in 1916, and the 19th Amendment, which granted women's suffrage, was ratified in 1920. Even though the crusade for women's rights was successful, the majority of the population still saw women as second-class citizens. F. Scott Fitzgerald successfully demonstrates the actual treatment of women in the 1920s in The Great Gatsby. One of the most ob…
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