Great Gatsby, The
||Fitzgerald, F. Scott
Engage your students with this deceptively simple work detailing the moral decline of upper-class American society during the Roaring Twenties. Within this classic novel, Fitzgerald describes the dreams of Jay Gatsby and the energy and enthusiasm that make him superior to the idle rich. Students will examine a variety of themes, including the corruption of the American Dream in the 1920s, violence, class, religion, gender roles, and honesty. They will also benefit from exploring Fitzgerald’s brilliant use of recurring motifs and from the symbolism that enriches this novel.
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