Great Gatsby

Great Gatsby

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  • Fashion of the 1920s
  • Speakeasies
  • Organized Crime
  • The fashion in the 1920s many women wore casual housedresses and some of them were homemade. Flappers were also a thing and they wore short sleeve dresses. Hats were very much in during this time along with bobbed hair cuts and also short heels. Men wore suits sometimes long jackets with nice pants and shoes.
  • Music
  • Speakeasies were secret bars since alcohol was banned. They were breaking the law and most rich people drank still. It also involved bootlegging. This led to the gangster stage.
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Organized crime included graft, extortion, protection rackets, and prostitution. Banning alcohol that then started the gangster era really made it to organized crime. A lot of the gangsters planned the organized crimes.
  • Wealthy Lifestyles of the 1920’s
  • Popular music during the Jazz age you guessed it Jazz music. Jazz music was a lot of blues music and African American culture. Jazz is very different from typical music it is softer and has a nicer beat and tone.
  • Became the main spoke person in the jazz age. One of the greatest American writers. He began living "Hollywood fast lane." He then began to be an alcoholic and went down from there and died at 44 in 1940. He was considered a cult hero of the generation.
  • Wealthy people in the 1920s, which were also referred to as the rich. They could get away with drinking which was banned and most of them were gangsters. Since they had money they could get out of the trouble.
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