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The Great Gatsby Book' F. Scott Fitzgerald, Paperback, 2014 latest edition, NEW

The Great Gatsby Book' F. Scott Fitzgerald, Paperback, 2014 latest edition, NEW

By F. Scott Fitzgerald

GTIN 9781784045203

Product Code: LWP0314

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The Great Gatsby Book

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The Great American Novel of love and betrayal in the Jazz Age is now a major film.Considered one of the all-time great American works of fiction, Fitzgerald’s glorious yet ultimately tragic social satire on the Jazz Age encapsulates the exuberance, energy and decadence of an era.After the war, the mysterious Jay Gatsby, a self-made millionaire pursues wealth, riches and the lady he lost to another man with stoic determination. He buys a mansion across from her house and throws lavish parties to try and entice her. When Gatsby finally does reunite with Daisy Buchanan, tragic events are set in motion.Jay Gatsby is chasing a dream, the rekindling of the passion he once shared with Daisy Buchanan. But five years have passed and Daisy is married with a young daughter. Can what was lost be recaptured, and the object of Gastby's hope live up to his idealized visions?

Brand Capella
Author F. Scott Fitzgerald
Format Paperback
GTIN 9781784045203
Language English
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  • This book gives you great insights
    Review by John Doe / (Posted on 20/03/2018)
    This book gives you great insights on the precedence and consistency and the importance of all such actions which help us to lead a successful life. However there were few points I didn't quite concur with like don't strive for perfection. But overall it's a good read
  • This book gives you great insights
    Review by John Doe / (Posted on 13/01/2018)
    This book gives you great insights on the precedence and consistency and the importance of all such actions which help us to lead a successful life. However there were few points I didn't quite concur with like don't strive for perfection. But overall it's a good read