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    conclusion would be because you can find in every portrayal of her in the movies, she’s wearing stereotypical flapper attire. Finally, the most obviously mirrored character, Meyer Wolfsheim. Besides his name bearing a resemblance to Wolfsheim’s, Arnold Rothstein was involved in criminal activities being the head of the…

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    In the book, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the main character Jay Gatsby died towards the end of the book. Apart from the person that shot him (George Wilson), many of the major characters play a role fall in the fall of Gatsby. Characters like Daisy and Tom were also responsible for the death of Gatsby. The narrator, Nick Caraway also plays a part in the death of Gatsby. Gatsby, himself was a cause of his own death. Although George shot Gatsby without thinking or enquiring to know…

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    We humans tend to have a natural attraction to wealth, success, power, and beauty, hence why we are so intrigued by the main characters in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, such as Jay Gatsby, Tom and Daisy Bachanan, and Nick Carraway. Everyone in the novel is fascinated by his mysterious and charming allure, making Gatsby a significant part in their lives due to his riches and power, ultimately resulting to his status. However, not everyone is who they seem, which is a part of what…

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    And So We Beat On... In the book The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald portrays insensitivity through the characters cowardly behaviour and actions towards one another, illustrating the struggle with coming to terms with reality. A prime example of a character and their insensitivity would be Jay Gatsby. Jay Gatsby is utterly and indescribably obsessed with daisy Buchanan. Daisy Buchanan is a married woman with a child, and Gatsby has been in love with her for over 5 years. Ever since the two…

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    Hope is a Child’s Game “Variation on the Word Sleep,” by Margaret Atwood is a short poem about a man who wants to be with a woman in bed everyday and envisions watching the simple actions of the woman of his dreams. The continuous mentioning of watching the partner sleep and do various actions resembles how Jay Gatsby visions his interactions with Daisy Buchanan and what happens throughout their time of being together. Gatsby’s desire to have Daisy in his arms, demonstrates concept of the hope…

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    The American dream is the belief that each person has equal opportunities and through hard work and time, one would be able to reach success. The Great Gatsby, is a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, it tells the story of a man named Jay Gatsby and how he came to be the person that he became. The main character Jay Gatsby was born James Gatz on a farm in North Dakota. He worked with a man named Dan Cody, who was a millionaire and while working with him, Gatsby decided that he wanted to…

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    Ideals In The Great Gatsby

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    Ideals can get in the way of our judgement on reality. It is we put in our minds that satisfies our perception of what is either perfect or most suitable. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby and others are the few to take note of in view of how they live their lives. Fitzgerald displays the pursuit of nonviable ideals concerning individuals of the 1920’s who long to fulfill their unreasonable morals. Often people become so tied up and twisted with their needs they…

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    In the book, The Great Gatsby, the main character Nick meets a man named Gatsby. They become good friends. Gatsby eventually finds out that Nick’s cousin is Daisy. Daisy is the wife of a man named Tom. In the book, Daisy was Gatsby’s lover before he left for war. After Gatsby goes to war, Daisy was not able to wait for him, so she married Tom. Gatsby tries to get back Daisy from Tom. Even though Tom has a mistress and does not treat Daisy very well, Daisy does not want to leave him. Daisy doesn…

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    Nick vs. Gatsby In the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Nick Carraway is the narrator. He tells the story of a man named Jay Gatsby. The two cope well and seem to be parallel in several ways. However, they still are very contrastable in abounding ways. Some would say Fitzgerald portrayed these characters to how he views himself. Nick is Fitzgerald’s outlook on himself, and Gatsby is how he believes others foresee him. Throughout the story, we grasp Fitzgerald’s different…

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    The Great Gatsby Essay The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, describes the extravagant lives that the wealthy in New York led during the early 1900s. They would exert their affluence to maintain their status and live a life of luxury. Yet, in doing so they often disregard others to pursue their own goals. With the exception of a few, the characters of The Great Gatsby are all guided by their own selfish search for pleasure. They do not show much of a concept of morality or sin. Many of the…

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