A in-depth analysis on Kurt Vonnegut's "Cat's Cradle" and F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Great Gatsby"

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<Tab/>A novel tells a story through a sequence of events. It entertains a reader with its power descriptions and dramatic plots. In addition, it's the perfect place for the author to voice his/her opinion or point of view. In the 20th century, American novelists question of the beliefs of its predecessor and issues of society. They, in their novels, question what they perceive as a world of lies. &…

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…here? What's the point of the American Dream when it unravels into empty results? <Tab/>"Cat's Cradle" and "Great Gatsby" are successful in illustrating the author's beliefs and questions. Vonnegut demonstrates in his piece the emptiness of religion, and the negative progression of science. Fitzgerald emphasizes the meaningless of the "American Dream." Vonnegut and Fitzgerald are pioneers in their field and inspire readers to question the issues and beliefs of society.