MONEY AND LOVE IN THE NOVELS OF F. SCOTT FITZGERALD
Das, Shusil Kumar
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Abstract: F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) wrote five novels in his career. In his novels money and love appear as pivotal issues that dominate essential areas, with profound significance. This study attempts to locate the agenda and analyze them in considerable dimension to draw the thesis that money invariably over-rules love in the American life. However, the two issues namely money and love are inseparable phenomena and the one ruinously dominates over the other.