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Overview to the Novel

Music of the 1920s comes into play at Gatsby's lavish parties meant to catch love interest Daisy's attention: "Noises from a wild party float out from Jay Gatsby’s mansion where luxury automobiles line the drive. Woven through the raucous laughter and occasional screams of hundreds of young guests, the sounds of clinking or breaking glass, the honking horns and general chaos, comes the hot dance music called “Jazz,” played by a live orchestra" (Brown).

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