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  • Is Jay Gatsby Selfish

    Believing the world will be fair to you because you are fair to the world is like expecting the lion not to eat you because you didn’t eat him; it is naïve and unrealistic. In the novel, The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby was hopelessly in love with Daisy Buchanan after years of being separated from her. He expected her to still feel the same overwhelming love for him that he had for her, but that wasn’t exactly the case. Daisy lusted for Gatsby, but her intentions were…

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  • Jay Gatsby Songs

    If Jay Gatsby were to have a playlist, his top three songs would be “A Drop In The Ocean” by Ron Pope, “I Won’t Give Up On Us” by Jason Mraz, and “Everything I Do” by Bryan Adams. In a “A Drop In The Ocean”, the man is singing about truly loving a woman and hoping they might end up together. In the lyrics he claims “if you don’t love me pretend...cause you are my heaven”. There is an obvious connection here because Gatsby has always seen Daisy as his everything, his “heaven”, his green light. In…

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  • Is Jay Gatsby A Hero

    Jay Gatsby is a literary figure who has transcended beyond the pages of the novel. His character has been deeply criticized by critics for nearly a century. In many minds, Gatsby is simply a tormented man who fell short of his ambitions, while others may believe that he is a pitiful and overrated “hero.” Although some critics view Gatsby a delusional man, Gatsby proves to be a remarkable hero who fortifies the illusion of the American dream in order to win the heart of his long time love, Daisy…

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  • Analysis Of Decoded By Jay-Z

    In “Decoded”, Jay-Z discusses his life in hip-hop. He connects his career to past artists and events in history. Jay-Z has become one of the most influential people in hip-hop. He has been a prominent figure for decades in music. Jay-Z’s influence on other artists has changed hip-hop’s history itself. The stories of his past, which he shares in “Decoded”, are a part of history because they all shaped his career and made hip-hop what it is today. In “Decoded”, Jay-Z shares a few moments…

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  • Jay Gatsby Everything Analysis

    To Jimmy Gats aka Jay Gatsby everything is an object to be acquired. Throughout jimmy’s life he wanted to be wealthy and of a high social class. It was because of his desire to be rich that he started seeing things as objects, he began to obsess over acquiring what he needed to be “Gatsby.” After the war Jay started to become wealthy but even when he started to get everything he wanted, there was a prize he had let slip through his fingers many years before, Daisy Fay or Daisy Buchanan as she…

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  • 'The Analysis Of Jay-Z's Decoded'

    stylishly formed mash-up of a diary and lyrical analysis, the former drug dealer turned millionaire rapper and mogul Jay-Z goes from “Bricks to billboards” and breaks down the illogicalities. In “Decoded” Jay-Z speaks on poverty, drugs, his miscarriage, his arrest, Roc-a-Fella and more in the memoir/ lyrical breakdown. Jay-Z describes the antiquity behind some of his most notorious lines. Jay-Z is a prodigious American artist and he would be the 1st to tell you so. "Decoded" is a gracefully…

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  • Why Is Jay Gatsby Great

    Jay Gatsby, a man who is seen as notable, remarkable, exceptionally outstanding; and important because of his wealth and extravagant parties, happens to be the exact opposite of greatness because he pretends to be someone who he is not, is oddly mysterious, and is completely desperate and unreasonable when it comes to his relationship with Daisy Buchanan . In the novel, The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby is considered to be a great man, but in actuality, Jay gatsby is…

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  • Jay Z Research Paper

    Jay-Z: The American Dream While Jay-Z is known for his incredible abilities as a lyricist, few recognize his remarkable abilities as a business tycoon. Shawn Corey Carter has changed the business industry forever. He has made a top-of-the-line brand for himself, and created opportunities to churn out more and more revenue at each and every turn of his career. While rappers are known to blow money as quickly as they make it, Jay-Z has certainly distanced himself from that stereotype.…

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  • Jay Gatsby's American Dream

    Did Jay Gatsby achieve his American dream or did he thrive off a false sense of hope? Throughout The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s, Jay Gatsby or James Gatz in which was his real name, achieved numerous goals but also suffered through grotesque events that ultimately led to his downfall. The setting of this novel is in Long Island, New York during the summer of 1922. During this time Jay Gatsby had symbolized the American Dream of many exquisite people that thrived and urged to live like…

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  • Jay Gatsby Moral Analysis

    Morality of Jay Gatsby Unravelling the realities of the Jazz age, the American author F. Scott Fitzgerald unveils the limitless measures taken by Jay Gatsby to rekindle the dormant love between him and the archetype 1920’s golden girl Daisy Buchanan. The romantic tragedy, The Great Gatsby, delves into the lavish customs of the Roaring Twenties, while strategically exposing the lack of sound ethics and moral development. Lawrence Kohlberg’s theory on Moral Development compartmentalizes Jay…

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