“So we beat on … borne back ceaselessly into the past” closes what book?

The Great Gatsby: The Authentic Classic Novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Set in New York and Long Island during the summer of 1922, The Great Gatsby is the most acute portrait of the soul of the Jazz Age, with its contradictions, its victimhood, and its tragedy. The story, which following the technique of Henry James is told by one of the characters, tells the tragedy of the American myth that had ruled the country since the time of the landing at Plymouth Rock and can be considered the spiritual autobiography of Fitzgerald who, at a certain point in his life, closed with alcoholism and the life of a playboy, wanted to understand what had been the obstacles that had made his existence sinking.

“So we beat on … borne back ceaselessly into the past” closes what book?

The Great Gatsby
Fahrenheit 451
The Old Man and the Sea
Little Women

The Answer: The correct answer is The Great Gatsby.

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