The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald Essay
Daisy, though he does not attend his parties nor drinks due to his long desire and depression for Daisy.
Overall relevant connection among the three: Gatsby serves as a connection to the reality of society during the
1920’s, a time where many people suffered from wild depressions on several fears and hopes that would never come true, resulting in a country that was at heart in a gloomy state.
2. Fact about F. Scott Fitzgerald: Though he was born into a Catholic family, Fitzgerald ultimately parted from his religious background later in his life. Fitzgerald acknowledged the fact that he did not go to church and regarded the services with little to no value. Most of the people he had associated with were Catholic, which may provide a reason why Fitzgerald felt the need to depart from a Catholic…