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The Illusionist

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in literature and language


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The focal point of this is to provide an introduction to The Great Gatsby by the noted American author of the post first world war era F Scott Fitzgerald . The Great Gatsby can be enumerated as a novel that is a landmark of American literature . This 240 page novel published in April 10 , 1925 by the noted publisher of the time Charles Scribner ‘s Sons is an epic story set in the background of Long Island and New York [banner_entry_middle]

br City depicts the incidents of 1922 summer . According to Francis Scott Fitzgerald this novel is basically a chronicle of an era that could be enumerated as “Jazz Age (Lamb , 385 , 3

The major concern of this would be directed towards itemizing the backdrop of the era that the novel is set in . Alongside it would be analyzed how the background and bringing up of the author Francis Scott Fitzgerald influenced the setting and texture of the novel The Great Gatsby . It would also place a well documented approach towards the application of philosophy of the era and the insights of the characters pursuing the `American Dream ‘ with their social and emotional perspectives . The would also may attention towards the economic boom of the 1920 ‘s and possible outcome of this fiscal development of the entire nation on the psyche of the novel . Additional attention would also be placed on the Eighteenth Amendment that enforced the provision of alcohol consumption thereby enhancing black market trade and organized crime

It can be enumerated that this would result in a comprehensive analysis of the novel The Great Gatsby by the author Francis Scott Fitzgerald and it would yield results of measures taken in a different shades of colors


Lamb , Davis . Cult to Culture : The Development of Civilization on the Strategic Strata . National Book Trust . 2004



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