Written during the Jazz Age and the Prohibition Era, The Great Gatsby is notable for its lavish parties, torrid love affairs, and excessive drinking. This eNotes Timeline guides readers through the main events of the novel, from Nick's arrival in West Egg to Gatsby's eventual murder. It features bold colors and custom images that catch the eye and present the information in a fresh, exciting way.
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