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Jay Gatsby Essays

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Love in the Great Gatsby

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Gatsby has everything that money can buy, but it won’t guarantee you the heart of the girl you love. Wealth and accomplishment attracted Gatsby. In the novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald shows the money will not fully buy you the happiness you need. As they are all hungry for wealth, they all have […]

Topics: Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

The Use of Color Symbolism in the Great Gatsby

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In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, one of the main characters of the novel, Gatsby, tries to win back the already married Daisy Buchanan’s love. After fighting in World War One, a determined Gatsby earns a fortune through illegal channels and purchases a mansion in West Egg, across from East Egg where Tom […]

Topics: Daisy Buchanan, Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

The Death in “The Great Gatsby” Novel

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Who Dies in The Great Gatsby What would you do if someone killed someone you loved? Myrtle Wilson is causing a major uprise in multiple deaths. Although the deaths are not all Myrtle’s fault. Myrtle has jumped in front of the car that Daisy Buchanan. Thus causing Daisy to be blamed for Myrtle’s death. Tom […]

Topics: Daisy Buchanan, Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

The Loss of Identity in the Great Gatsby

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In the novel The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald many themes and thoughts are expressed through subtlety and secrecy of characters and objects. With these underlying conceptions Fitzgerald is able to reveal Gatsby, the main character, as someone with a loss of identity which ultimately leads to his attempt to restore the past and […]

Topics: Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby Obsession

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Jay Gatsby was not great, in fact he was weak. He made a fortune to do the one thing that he believed was impossible, win the love of Daisy. Gatsby was a dreamer and was to lost in the past to be able to stay in the present or wonder about the future. In truth […]

Topics: Jay Gatsby, Love
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The Great Gatsby and Bootlegging

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The American dream is a captivating bait that tempts, perplexes, and tricks young people from all over the world to exploit their own values and talents in America. The American dream is a swamp, which makes young people frantically struggle in working while bringing no fruitful achievements. Ultimately, only confusedness and disappointments remained in every […]

Topics: American Dream, Jay Gatsby, Prohibition

The Great Gatsby Book Review

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 The Great Gatsby, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a portrayal of society in the 1920’s also known as The Roaring Twenties. A time of economic prosperity, new inventions, black people, women’s liberation, glittering Jazz, luxury, as well as alcohol prohibition, organized crime and corruption. This is the time when the “Great War” has […]

Topics: Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

The Death of the American Dreams

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Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “you become what you think about all day long”, and with James Gatz from Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, that is completely true. James Gatz spent his days obsessing over following the American Dream and becoming a wealthy and prosperous man, and from James’ imagination manifested a man named […]

Topics: American Dream, Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

My Thinking about American Dream

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Introduction It’s a difficult thing to “know your place” and fulfill your familial duty when around you, friends, neighbors, and strangers alike, all lived these carefree lives without constraints. They seldom just did “as they’re told” and they spoke their opinions. Opinions which were met with respect and encouragement. Still, I was happy and thought […]

Topics: American Dream, Jay Gatsby

Comparing the Great Gatsby and the Scarlet Letter

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In choosing to compare and contrast the works The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald and The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, both novels feature characters who have hidden secrets which are revealed, but the societies surrounding them are in stark contrast to one another. The novel The Scarlet Letter is set in a Boston […]

Topics: Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

Summary and Analysis: the Great Gatsby

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Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby is a 1920s novel based off of characters living the American Dream. The main character, Jay Gatsby, has a growing love for Daisy Buchanan, who has contradicting thoughts over a life with Tom, her husband, or with Jay. Daisy married Tom because she feels that the money he was born into […]

Topics: Daisy Buchanan, Jay Gatsby, The Great Gatsby

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