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History II

Chapter 20 Section 3

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Charlie Chaplin popular silent film star
The Jazz Singer the first movie with sound synchronized to the action
Babe Ruth baseball star known for his record of most home runs in a season
Charlie Lindbergh the first person to fly solo and nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean
flapper young woman of the 1920s who rejected traditional values and dress
Sigmund Freud psychologist who suggested that people are driven by unconscious desires
"Lost Generation" writers who rejected Victorian values after WWI and searched for new truths
F. Scott Fitzgerald author of the 'The Great Gatsby' and other novels, who questioned the idea of the American dream
Ernest Highway author of 'A Farewell to Arms' and other works who also questioned the American dream and developed his own writing style to reflect his views
Created by: Hellokitty139