As, perhaps, a note to future generations, The Great Gatsby ends with the narrator looking across the bay towards the green light of the eponymous character’s erstwhile love and source of eventual downfall. Besides Dickensian comments on class, lies the beguiling simple note that periods of great exuberance often end with sombre silence. Some of […]
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