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The Great Gatsby As Told in a Series of Texts

Warner Bros.

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The Great Gatsby has it all—romance, jazz, general disillusionment with the American Dream. What it doesn’t have is texting, and I think that’s a real shame. (I just feel like Tom Buchanan would’ve been an emoji man, and I hate that we'll never know for sure.) The problem is that F. Scott Fitzgerald didn’t have the good sense to be writing this book in the twenty-first century, but that’s okay. We’ve got his back.

Topics: Books
Tags: texting, books we love, the great gatsby, classic literature, gatsby, f. scott fitzgerald, if fictional characters could text, if fictional characters had social media, daisy you up?

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