The Great Gatsby

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    The Great Gatsby is a classic piece of American novella by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The story was later made into a film which is directed by Baz Luhrmann. The novella and the film were respectively published and released in 1926 and 2013. As the novella was published in the 1920s, the novella reflects and explores the American society in the early-to-mid-1920s, known as the Jazz age which is named by Fitzgerald. It was the time of growth, prosperity and corruption after the World War I. The story…

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    The Great Gatsby is the untold story of F.Scott Fitzgerald the author of novel. The characters in The Great Gatsby resemble many of the people FItzgerald encountered throughout his life time. This novel displays a picture of a man who looked like he had it all together and was living the American dream. With twist, turns, and tumultuous times it gives readers insight on the life of one of the most beloved authors today. Fitzgerald was not only known as an author but also as alcoholic, he and…

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    2017 Great Gatsby Essay Great Gatsby was a book that was set in 1920s. Nick Caraway analysis the story of how his cousin Daisy Buchanan and spouse Tom have two lives that neither know about until it’s too late and people around them. The theme of the Great Gatsby was the weakening of the American dream in the 1920s. Due to corrupt actions by the characters in the novel. Similar to today’s world and how somethings and people are trying to hold us back from living the American dream. If Gatsby…

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    Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby, Daisy Buchanan hides her true feelings. At first, Daisy seems naive and careless, but as the story progresses, the reader discovers that there is something more she is hiding. There are a few main scenes where Daisy dissembled. First, in chapter one at dinner with Tom Buchanan, her husband, and Nick Carraway, her cousin, and Jordan Baker, her friend. Jordan Baker brings up Gatsby, asking if Nick knows him, and Daisy seemed shocked to hear his name. “‘Gatsby?’…

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    myrtle or daisies, is extremely useful. It’s unique spice adds flavor to rye breads, and its oils are extracted for use in numerous skincare products. Correspondingly, Nick is the most useful person in Gatsby’s eyes, as he is the bridge that connects Gatsby with Daisy once more. Although the majority of Nick’s acquaintances’…

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    not the years in your life that count. It`s the life in your years” (Thompson 15). In The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald portrays memories and the past in several different manners. History is full of tales of woe and of glory. It allows us to enjoy our triumphs and learn from our sorrows. It empowers us to lead a life of improvement and to reach the peak of our performance. Whether or not something is great does not determine the value of it; value comes from what we learned from it and the…

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    Great Gatsby Materialistic

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    is priceless. Although you can probably obtain love and happiness by purchasing it, it might not always be easy to keep. Money and love are two things in life that must be worked for and in the end they are either kept or lost. In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F.Scott Fitzgerald wealth and love are the two main sources of satisfaction, but also of despair in the lives of the people in the East Egg. Falling in love, for most, is described as seeing someone you might find attractive, getting…

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    Evil In The Great Gatsby

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    Americans would do anything to obtain more power and wealth. This leads people to use wicked tactics such as manipulation and seduction to achieve the goal for opulence, it expresses how greed and personal desire ruins the lives of many people. In “The Great Gatsby”, people that live in Long Island and New York City in the early 1920’s were divided into different classes based on wealth. The East Egg is where everyone who had been born into wealth resides, while the West Egg is where everyone…

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    Great Gatsby Influences

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    novel, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the characters, such as Tom and Gatsby, the plot, such as Gatsby’s chase for Daisy and Tom’s behavior toward other, and the setting, such as the Valley of Ashes or the prosperous New York City, have been shaped by the influences of World War I, the Prohibition, and the Jazz Age. One of the social influences is World War I which ended in 1919. The war allows Gatsby to meet Daisy and to make her the ultimate dream of his life. Even though Gatsby…

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    Great Gatsby Morality

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    The Great Gatsby written by Fitzgerald narrates the story that a rich and handsome man tried hard to achieve his dream and the woman he loved, but ended with death. The novel represents a materialist, corrupt and depraved society where people degenerated both materially and spiritually. This society was generally going down rather than went "from nothing to nothing" (p. 103). In this essay, why people of all classes would ended the same and how people lost morality will be stated. It will also…

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