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English, 08.11.2019 12:31, renaudciera

After researching, discuss how understanding f. scott fitzgerald’s real...

After researching, discuss how understanding f. scott fitzgerald’s real life is key to understanding the great gatsby. how did he use his own life experiences in plotting and writing the novel? you must look beyond the obvious similarities and try to discuss more deeply what fitzgerald may have been saying about his life. you must also include a discussion of “the american dream.” what is fitzgerald saying about it in gatsby? how does that relate to his own life?
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