The Great Gatsby, by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, has come to be known as a literary classic. Published in 1925, Fitzgerald depicts the 1920's as an era of decayed values - both morally and socially - under the pretext of a love story. The expert writers at Bright Hub have assembled this collection of articles devoted not only to exploring these themes and relationships, but also to analyzing the characters, Fitzgerald's use of symbolism and analytical comparisons of The Great Gatsby to other great literary works. Whether you are an educator looking for classroom lesson plans, or a student looking for a deeper level of understanding, the collection of The Great Gatsby articles from Bright Hub can help!
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