Why Is The Great Gatsby Important In The 1920s

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The world-wide famous book which later turned into a movie, The Great Gatsby, sticks to the time setting very well. F. Scott Fitzgerald sets “The Great Gatsby” in the 1920’s. The twenties was an age of dramatic social and political change. However, when most people think of the twenties they think of the big, crazy, wild parties they had. The Jazz Age is a movement in the twenties in which jazz music became popular. Fitzgerald mentions jazz music whenever Gatsby is having one of his famous parties he does this because he wanted to stick to the main things that happened in the twenties. Also Fitzgerald talks about jazz during the parties, because this is when it was most played. Fitzgerald is the man who came up with all of the sayings for

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