The Great Gatsby
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald
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Overview
Author
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald
Year Published
1925
Type
Novel
Genre
Drama Fiction
Perspective and Narrator
From the perspective of Nick Carraway, the novel The Great Gatsby is told in the first person point of view.
Tense
Past
About the Title
The novel's title, The Great Gatsby, recognizes Gatsby’s as one of the wealthiest people living on the Island, a local celebrity and a super individual. The novel also hints at the verbal irony that a lot of the main character’s greatness is phony.
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