In The Great Gatsby, written by Francis Scott Fitzgerald, Jordan Baker was portrayed as being reckless and dishonest, having the arrogant attitude of many of the people of her time, but also having the characteristics of modern-day women. This classic novel
was written on the glitz and glamour of the Jazz Age, on the wealth and greed of the people during the Jazz Age, and also on the American dream and the corruption of it.
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character in the writing of The Great Gatsby. She depicted the recklessness, dishonesty, and arrogance of many people of the East Egg; on the other hand, Jordan Baker represented the independence and self-sufficience of women.
Fitzgerald gave Jordan a crucial role in his masterpiece The Great Gatsby because of her characteristics of the bad things were in light during the Jazz Age and also of the good that came out of this extravagant time period.