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    Which of the several major movements in American literature do you see reflected in the novel, "This side of Paradise," by F. Scott Fitzgerald? Do you see influence of more than one? Give specific cited examples that point to these movements.

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    As you briefly label which of these movements do you see directly reflected within the novel, "This side of Paradise," by F. Scott Fitzgerald, I strongly deem it as highly reflective of the "Lost Generation" movement for sure. This implication occurs when the author recalls how the generation found "all Gods dead, all wars fought, all faiths in man shaken." He clearly ...

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    200 words briefly justify the literary movements embedded with the novel, This Side of Paradise, by F. Scott Fitzgerald.