There’s perhaps no literary classic as alluring as The Great Gatsby. Its pages are filled with the glitter, wealth, and extravagance of the 1920s before the Great Depression, and F. Scott Fitzgerald invites readers into a world we all wish we could experience. However, among the splashy, over-the-top parties thrown by the ever-inviting Jay Gatsby and the wealth of Tom and Daisy hides another story about relationships, lost love, and desire. This classic also warns readers about the darker side of America’s wealthy.

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