The Great Gatsby

Describe Gatsby's library, it's volume, and what it represents?

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Gatsby's library was opulent. It had high ceilings and was panelled in hand-carved English Oak. Not only that, the books in his library were real.... unread, but real. The library represents the genuineness of its owner.


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