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The Great Gatsby Paperback – 2014
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'The finest work of fiction by an American writer.........No American novel comes closer than Gatsby to surpassing literary artistry, and none tells us more about ourselves' --The Washington Post
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Francis Scott Fitzgerald (born September 24, 1896, died December 21, 1940), known professionally as F. Scott Fitzgerald, was an American novelist and short story writer, whose works are the paradigmatic writings of the Jazz Age. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century.
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This is a tragic love story. The feelings are intense and at times you would feel so much for Gatsby. There are things you can't buy with money and that is what is shown profusely in the novel. This is a very simple story but a very very complicated one at the same time. There is a lot of symbolism that one may want to understand a bit in detail. So do a bit of research on those scenarios that the author is building. This one is a classic and will always be with me. I will always revisit this story.
Gatsby is a great character that Fitzgerald has developed and many people will relate with him. Daisy is the demure girl that many people would feel so much for. This book rouses emotions and feelings to a different level.
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It is a story about Jay Gatsby and his journey: a man who comes from nothing who changes his name and his fortune through hard work and good fortune and bending the rules to achieve success. He's immersed in hope-- hope that he'll find Daisy, hope that she'll come to him in the end, but what happens in the end? Does he really achieve that dream?
Throughout the novel, Fitzgerald shows people at various stages of pursuing their dream of something, be it wealth or love or success of some kind. Are they happy? Have they really achieved what they set out to achieve? Or are they like Gatsby's books in his library: to appear as if the owner is erudite and well-read, but upon closer examination, un-opened and un-read
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Jay Gatsby is a character to remember by all the people who fall in love. It speaks a lot about social prejudice, if one is keen about reading in between the lines. The narrator (Nick Carraway), has a peculiarly skeptic way of keeping your attention.
All in all it is a good read.
Nick Garraway tells his version of love story of Jay Gatsby a billionaire with Daisy who he love with. Daisy is a distant cousin of Nick and married to Tom who is also from a wealthy background.
The story is about people who give importance to money and power over basic emotion - love and how it leads to fall of The Gatsby
Gatsby fell in love with daisy,even when she got married off to Tom. He wants to get married to her and fulfil his dream. Gatsby's attempt to get her back into his life only leads to his loss. Mrs Wilson the mistress of Tom dies in an accident by Gatsby's car. Mr Wilson takes revenge,thus leading to ultimate death of Gatsby himself
you throw parties just thinking that someday the girl once you loved would come somehow. You become rich for someone; all this with the writing if FITSZERALD. The very first page tells it is going to be a book that will be retain in emory fora long time.
It’s short and plot is good with some typical characters types pertaining to the period.
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