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F. SCOTT. FITZGERALD’S THE GREAT GATSBY: THE DEATH OF THE AMERICAN DREAM AND MODERN TIMES
Dr. Anuradha Gaur
Volume: 5 Issue: 2 2015
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is one of the most popular novels in American fiction. In the middle of the roaring 1920s, Fitzgerald wrote this novel to depict the dream of the people of his times through the story of Jay Gatsby. The mysterious death of Gatsby symbolizes the death of the American dream. The present paper studies the relevance of the Great Gatsby in the present times as people are still influenced by the hollow culture of the moneyed society and meet disillusionment in the end.
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