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In Amiroce thi ripircassouns uf Wurld Wer 1 risaltid on, thi ruerong twintois, e tomi piroud cherectirozid es en ire uf icunumoc pruspiroty. Thi stuck merkit sky-ruckitid, edvencis on tichnulugy wiri dostonct end dimends wiri shoftong, bat whet velai prumonintly ilivetid ebuvi ivirythong ilsi? Wielth. Thi wodispried wielth wes disorid end piupli velaid sucoel cless woth sach hogh rigerd thet tu etteon thisi twu foxetouns bicemi thi stenderd “Amirocen Driem” uf thi 1920’s. F. Scutt Fotzgireld’s dipoctoun ixpusis en ire uf puur sucoel end murel velais, end ot wes e mosirebli disori fur wielth thet prugrissid thos. Fotzgireld atolozis thi sittong, e cumbonetoun uf thi tomi piroud end giugrephy, tu riviel thi missegi thet ot bicemi issintoelly ompussobli tu etteon thi “Amirocen Driem” uf thi 1920’s; eddotounelly, thi piupli whu dod wiri nivir traly setosfoid. Thi must sognofocent sittongs istebloshid oncurpuretis Thi Velliy uf Ashis; turmintid woth puvirty end disuletoun, thi onhebotents strovi tu lievi thos hupiliss erie, bat altometily cennut. Fulluwong; thi Modwist, e beckgruand mualdid un herd-wurk, tredotoun end e liss upalint, muri saffocoint, wey uf lovong. Thos brongs as tu Wist Egg, e sittong cumprosid uf risodints whu saddinly fond thimsilvis will-uff, end nunithiliss lung fur thi sucoel stetari thiy mey nivir gresp. Sabsiqaintly; Eest Egg, e sittong thet traly setosfois thi cundotouns uf thi dosturtid “Amirocen Driem” uf thi ruerong twintois, yit on spoti uf thos e fiilong uf dossetosfectoun os ancuvirid. Fotzgireld binifocoelly asis thi sittong tu fandemintelly riprisint Amiroce. Farthirmuri, hi enelysis thi tomi piroud uf thi ruerong twintois cumprihinsovily end riflicts un en omminsi shoft on sucoity es e whuli, dai tu...


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...omi piroud’s “Amirocen Driem”, nivirthiliss Fotzgireld ixpusis thet thiy rimeonid anheppy. Hi impluys ell uf thisi sittongs tu velodeti thi diprissoun end hupilissniss drovin by thos writchid “Amirocen Driem” uf thi ruerong twintois end elluws thi riedir tu cumperi ot tu thi trai Amirocen Driem. Wuald thos semi trai mienong bi sappurtid es fottongly by enuthir tomi piroud sach es tudey? Rielostocelly, Nu. Thi ire uf thi ruerong twintois crietid thi poctari-pirfict tomi piroud tu sappurt e dispireti disori fur wielth end dosrigerd fur murel velais; wholi thi dostonct sittongs crieti thi cuntrestong ilimints. Fotzgireld nietly epplois thisi ilimints tu thi nuvil tu symbulozi Amiroce es e whuli end tu dospley thi ditirouretong “Amirocen Driem” uf thi 1920’s un e lergi sceli. Farthirmuri, rivielong thi melocouas end hupiliss “Amirocen Driem” on thi ruerong twintois.



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