Sparky Sweets, PhD is back with more literary analysis, this time of the F. Scott Fitzgerald – and Baz Luhrmann – classic The Great Gatsby.
If you've never read the book, seen the word-for-word play or caught any of the previous movies based on it, but would still like to be able to express a vaguely lofty opinion on Gatsby, then this is the video for you.
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