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  • Jay Gatsby of The Great Gatsby Essay

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    index to his greatness” -Zadok Rabinwitz Jay Gatsby lives for his dreams. His dedication to making his dreams a reality, self-made fortune and social prestige, and the unquestionable love for Daisy Buchanan result in Jay Gatsby’s greatness. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, one can determine the world’s view of what greatness truly is. Jay Gatsby is not born great, nor is greatness thrust upon him, but he achieved greatness. Jay Gatsby represents the American Dream: life, loyalty,

  • Nick's Love for the Gatsby in The Great Gatsby

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    actions. But Jay Gatsby was unlike every other hollow person in the East, because he had something to live for, fight for, and dream for; Daisy Buchanan. His love for her gave him the strength to keep believing in the American dream and the drive to accomplish it. Gatsby restores Nicks faith in the people of the 1920's by showing him that not everyone is shallow and selfish, and that in order to live the American dream, hope and determination can not be lost. Nick’s love for Gatsby became more and

  • Great Gatsby

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    In chapter 3 of The Great Gatsby Nick is invited to one of Gatsby’s extravagant parties. He arrives only to find he doesn’t know where Gatsby is, and then he runs into Jordan Baker. Together they set off to find Gatsby and they head to the library where they find “Owl Eyes”, a drunken man trying to get sober. After talking to “Owl Eyes” for awhile they head outside again where Nick unknowingly starts a conversation with Gatsby. After revealing himself, Gatsby tells Jordan that he would like to speak

  • Gatsby Criminals

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    intent. Any person in the world can be a criminal. Even close friends or family can be criminals. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, Daisy and Tom Buchanan are partners in crime when it comes to wreaking havoc on New York. Daisy is the one who killed Myrtle while driving with Gatsby and used Gatsby to make herself in the clear, away from all blame. “... Gatsby touches such depth that he sacrifices himself for the women he loves, Daisy Buchanan. He never reveals that she was driving his car

  • Homosexuality In Gatsby

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    Many people believe Nick has romantic feelings toward Gatsby, but many are in disbelief. There are various amounts of instances throughout the book where Nick makes unobvious homosexual comments or remarks. When this book was written, being homosexual was mistaken, very frowned upon, and even illegal. F. Scott Fitzgerald had to make the topic of homosexuality very quiet, just like the alcohol and the bootlegging. Alcohol and bootlegging are just as illegal as homosexuality, sp F. Scott Fitzgerald

  • Synopsis Of ' Gatsby '

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  • The Great Gatsby

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    must be born into it. Therefore in The Great Gatsby, by F-Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby fails to join the old money club because he exhibits his wealth to society. Gatsby possessions provides an indicator that he purchases items with eye appeal and flashiness which Old money typically never buys in order to impress or show off to others. They prefer to buy small non-noticeable items that skilled eyes will only know the true value of the merchandise. Gatsby on the other hand purchased a huge house with