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it is called the "the era of wonderful nonsense" because during the 1920s when flappers where rising and doing all sort of things that didnt make sense(inappropriate), it was considered nonsense. and if you break down the meaning of the era of wonderful nonsense, it will me the time when people did nonsense. (hope you found it helpful!)

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