The Great Gatsby
Generally considered to be F. Scott Fitzgerald's finest novel, The Great Gatsby is a consummate summary of the "roaring twenties", and a devastating expose of the "Jazz Age". Through the narration of Nick Carraway, the reader is taken into the superficially glittering world of the mansions which lined the Long Island shore in the 1920s, to encounter Nick's cousin Daisy, her brash but wealthy husband Tom Buchanan, Jay Gatsby and the mystery that surrounds him.
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Review: The Great GatsbyUser Review - Allie Rogers - Goodreads
I loathe this book. I gave it yet another try, but I still fail to like, or even appreciate, much about it. One obligatory star that my literature degrees shame me into giving and one star for the delicate prose. Read full review
Review: The Great GatsbyUser Review - Lauren Hawkins - Goodreads
I'm giving this novel four stars based on plot, but there is so much more to it than meets the eye. The resonance that it leaves is astounding when focusing on what the symbolism really means within ... Read full review