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Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Number Date Marxism The Great Gatsby was published in 1925, and through it, Scot Fitzgerald receives his most favorable reviews ever. According to sources, the novel had and still has a great influence in America. The book may appear to discuss only a pure disastrous romance, but there are many themes related to it. Of mice and men is yet another thrilling novel set in California in the 1930’s. John Steinbeck based his book on the aftermath of World War I and the Wall Street Crash in the 1920’s. In his book, this writer illustrates the effects that change in the economy had on the people’s lives. Lastly, “no one writes to the colonel is Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel written in the 1930’s. Unlike many other works were written by Marquez, the book is not in the magical realism genre. Social status/identity, morals/values and the American dream are dominant themes and points of discussion across the three literature materials. Social status and social identity To begin with, the Great Gatsby is described as an excellent piece of social observation that offers a vibrant peek into the life of Americans in the 1920s. The writer creatively portrays the mentalities of individuals in different social classes through characters like Jay Gatsby and Nick and localities such as East and West Egg (Fitzgerald, 25). For instance, he uses East Egg to reflect on the high-class society where the residents are very wealthy, whom he refers to as “Old money.” Residents of West Egg are wealthy too, only that their wealth is newly acquired. He contrasts their high living standards to those of inhabitants of the Valley

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