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Great themes

Time-Life Books

Great themes

by Time-Life Books

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Published by Time-Life in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the editors of Time-Life Books.
SeriesLife Library f Photography
The Physical Object
Pagination246p. :
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19831662M

The Great Gatsby study guide contains a biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. About The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby Summary. Common themes in American literature include the great journey, the loss of innocence, the great battle, love and friendship, and revenge. The theme of a book is the underlying meaning within the story. The theme of the great journey relates to a series of episodic .

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Themes in Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby The American Dream On first glance, The Great Gatsby is about a romance between Gatsby and Daisy. The true theme behind this wonderful novel is not merely romance, but is also a very skeptical view of the extinction of the American dream in the prosperous 19s. America's Bestselling Books in A quick view of the bestselling books from 80 years ago reveals several familiar names. Although Pearl S Buck’s works are widely read and used in schools and colleges, Ellen Glasgow’s books are mostly out-of-print. Louis Golding is almost completely forgotten now even though he was a prolific author of novels, short stories and travel books.


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