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Description The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald Read by William Roberts Part of the Talking Classics series Two tape-cassette boxed set. Young and mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby has an obsession for the beaut... more

Description Details:Generally considered to be F. Scott Fitzgerald's finest novel, The Great Gatsby is a consummate summary of the `roaring twenties' and a devastating expos??? of the 'Jazz Age'. Through the narr... more

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“The Average Gatsby”

published 24/10/2014

AdvantagesGorgeous visuals and a well-cast DiCaprio.

DisadvantagesIt's all style and no substance.

...In the 1920s, writer Nick Carraway moves to a cottage on Long Island. His nearest neighbour is the mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby, who befriends the young scribe, introducing him to a glittering world of excess. But Gatsby?s previous relationship with Nick?s cousin, Daisy Buchanan sets the stage for obsession and tragedy. I loved Baz Luhrmann?s ?Romeo + Juliet? and ?Moulin Rouge!?, so I was...

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Super

AdvantagesCast, plot

DisadvantagesSoundtrack mostly

...About the film The Great Gatsby is a 2013 film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 novel of the same name and it was directed by Baz Luhrmanm. The film has a run time of 142 minutes and is rated Plot Nick Carraway is looking back on his life while spending time in a rehab centre. His doctor is encouraging him to talk about what got him to that place. After saying that he once...

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Excellent

“The Talented Mr Gatsby”

published 10/03/2004

AdvantagesA great read, excellent characterisation

DisadvantagesNone at all

..., drinking cocktails and generally being vacuous. This does not excuse her husband's behaviour but neither does it show her to be wholly a victim. Despite these trials and tribulations "The Great Gatsby" is a delightful novel, painting lively images of the "Roaring Twenties" - jazz bands playing at parties, "flappers" joining in with the band and playing saxophone solos, cocktails being downed like...

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