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Search for F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby and read a sample chapter. Share your impressions of the chapter, especially how it contributes to our discussion of the Humanities.

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    1. Go to http://books.google.com

    2. Type in types software programs (or whatever search terms you need).

    3. Press the Enter key.

    4. Find the book you need and form your own opinion based on "our discussion of the Humanities."

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