The Great Gatsby
The 1920's were a period when the economy was going through the roof and people were carefree and partying all over the place. Despite their accepting personality, many of these people were not as attracted to F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby as he had hoped. Some felt it was a masterpiece, yet it marked the beginning of a decline in Fitzgerald's career from which he would never quite recover.
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things they feel are artificial and unimportant, so they often deny the reality of their lives. Throughout the past, and even in the future, people hide the things in life they do not want others to learn; as a result, society will always tell lies in order to make themselves more agreeable to someone else. This has been a fault of the individuals from previous times, and will be a problem for those to come.