The Great Gatsby
Abacus, 1991 - 202 pages
This short novel distilled the essence of glamour and illusion of a generation during the early part of this century. Everyone took advantage of Jay Gatsby's hospitality, and few people could recognize their host. He seemed to be a person without background, without history, without a home.
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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