"The Great Gatsby" and 1920s Lifestyle Book Review by Master Researcher

"The Great Gatsby" and 1920s Lifestyle
A literary analysis of the novel "The Great Gatsby", focusing on the lifestyle evident on the 1920's.
# 36769 | 650 words | 3 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 21, 2003 in Literature (American)

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This is a report on the book "The Great Gatsby". In The Great Gatsby it is evident that the book takes place in the 1920s based on some of the character's dress and attitude. The characters are conservative by today's standards, yet they are willing to push the envelope and test boundaries, common in the 1920s. Divorce became more acceptable in the 1920s.

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