Values shown in the book The Great Gatsby. The Author F. Scott Fitzgerald shows what values he excepts and rejects
Values are important to everyone, especially writers. It is clear in both My Antonia and The Great Gatsby that Willa Cather and F. Scott Fitzgerald have very clear feelings about their characters' attitudes and behaviors. Choose one book and discuss at least two values that the author supports and one that he or she rejects. Explain how the reader can recognize these values in the story with quotes as evidence.
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