How does this story represent the 1920s in America? Consider culture and society.
Analyze the portrayal of wealth in the novel - the difference between "old money" and "new money" as well as things that money can and cannot buy. What is Fitzgerald ultimately trying to say about money and materialism? How does money work as a way of fulfilling one’s life in the novel?
What is the impact of perception concerning the individual? Discuss the idea of identity and how it is examined throughout the novel and poems we read in class.
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"section." The Roaring Twenties: Literary and Historical Context for The Great Gatsby. Class Set. 2020.
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