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The Great Gatsby Written by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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The Great Gatsby

“The Great Gatsby”, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald is considered to be the ideal representation of the life in the 1920th. It depicts the time of huge parties, drinking and doing nothing but idling. Most of the people were obsessed with the idea of being rich and prosperous. Moreover, their main dream was to be a member of the upper class. The mentioned novel totally depicts the mentality of those times. What is more, it provides the description of different layers of the society.

The bright example will be two protagonists, namely Tom and Daisy. They are both representatives of the upper class. They are depicted as rich, ambitious and easy-going. They know what money is, and spend them without counting. It seems that describing the richness of the mentioned characters, the author shows their unhappiness. That is to say, that both of them are not happy. They have money, but they do not have love. Accordingly, they could feel real happiness, not an artificial one.

Speaking about Gatsby, he is quite different from Tom and Daisy. Being one of the

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