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The Great Gatsby
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Champagne parties. Cars that gleam like polished diamonds. Chandeliers and tea-gowns. All the Jazz Age bling of 1920s Long Island. Jay Gatsby, playboy millionaire, draws the rich and famous to his parties like a magnet. (No Kanye music vid even gets close.) Are we suspicious types to wonder: what’s he hiding? OK: who wouldn’t lust after Carey Mulligan’s sparkling gowns, or Leo DiCaprio’s sleek mansion in the recent movie? Understated, Jay Gatsby is not. The trouble is, he also lusts after something forbidden: Daisy Buchanan. (Played by Carey herself.) Chasing money and dreams is one thing. Chasing her is quite another…
- A timeless and iconic classic of 20th century literary classic
- Tragic and shocking tale of greed and the American Dream
- Dazzling portrait of New York during the ‘roaring twenties’
- “A parable of modern America” – The Telegraph
AR book level: 7.3; Upper years; 8.0 points
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