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Hello! Welcome to the LibGuide on the Historical Contexts of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. My name is Sierra, and I am the creator of this guide. In this libguide, you learn about the themes: Jazz Age, the 1920s, the American Dream, the Economy, and World War I in the novel. Additionally, this libguide has important information in the articles, websites, databases, videos, images, quotes and more! If you are wanting to learn more about The Great Gatsby or simply refresh your memory, then please feel free to check out this guide! Let's get started.

 

The Great Gatsby

F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gatsby in 1925, but the novel takes place in the Summer of 1922 on Long Island during the prohibition era.

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