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The Great Gatsby

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ISBN-10: 0393543196

ISBN-13: 9780393543193

Edition: 1st

Authors: Anne Margaret Daniel F. Scott Fitzgerald

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When writer Nick Carraway leaves the Midwest for West Egg, near New York City, in the spring of 1922, he is swept into the dazzling world of his fabulously wealthy neighbor, Jay Gatsby. No one knows where Gatsby or his money comes from, but the parties at his mansion are legendary. Aloof and above the fray, Gatsby scans the crowd for one person in particular--Nick's beautiful, inscrutable cousin Daisy Buchanan, who lives right across the bay. A sharp satire of the Jazz Age and the American Dream, and one of the twentieth century's greatest novels, The Great Gatsby is the defining work of F. Scott Fitzgerald's career.
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Edition: 1st
Publisher: W. W. Norton
Binding: E-Book