The Great Gatsby Essay | Death and Destruction in the Great Gatsby

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Death and Destruction in the Great Gatsby

Summary: Discusses The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Examines the theme death and destrustion. Describes how much of the conflict in the novel is caused by Gatsby himself.

The 1920s were a time when radio was a desired household item, women got the right to vote, no one paid attention to prohibition in the cities, and entertainment created much of the excitement at this time. Someone who stood out during the Jazz Age decade was author, F. Scott Fitzgerald. He wrote many books during this time and is very well known for the 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald's fiction was semiautobiographical and before anyone knew it, he was an overnight success. His most famous book, The Great Gatsby resembled Fitzgerald's real life persona. The main character of the story, Jay Gatsby is still madly in love with Daisy Buchanan and would do anything to get her back. When Gatsby finally meets with Daisy again after five years, he confesses his love to her even though she is married to Tom Buchanan...

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