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Cultural criticism 295 Cultural criticism and literature 297 Some questions new historical and cultural critics ask about literary texts 299 The discourse of the self‑made man: a new historical reading of The Great Gatsby 301 Questions for further practice: new historical and cultural criticism of other literary works 311 For further reading 312