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The Beautiful and the Damned satirizes the ostentatious upper-crust of society and their shallowness. It is especially noteworthy for its simple, meaningful language and true-to-life characterization. Fitzgerald explores marriage, intimacy, and alcoholism in this novel thought to be based on his own marriage to Zelda.

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