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— The Great Gatsby (2013) on IMDB
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— The Great Gatsby on WIkipedia
— The Works Of F. Scott Fitzgerald on Encyclopedia Britannica
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Joseph Burge: Joseph Burge is a writer, podcaster, and operations technician with a large nationwide communication company. Joe has been writing for over 10 years, and has concepted stories, websites, and is the pillar of the original Versus Machine Podcast effort. Detailed outlines that provide an excellent series of discussion points are a hallmark of all of the original Versus Machine programs. Joe is married and lives in the metropolitan St. Louis area with his wife Heaven.
Richard Gibson: Richard Gibson loves to read and share the gift of reading with anyone he can connect with. While the classics are a clear favorite, Richard has an incredibly diverse interest in books and stories of all kinds. Richard, along with Joseph Burge are the two pillars of the original Versus Machine Podcast effort, and lives in the metropolitan St. Louis area with his wife joy. Richard continues to work with the community via a variety of on-going efforts.
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