The Great Gatsby

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Tom and Gatsby are the same in the aspect of their values, but they differ in their life styles. Both Gatsby and Tom was adulteress because Gatsby wanted Daisy who was married and Tom was cheating on Daisy. But in contrast Tom was the big strong guy and Gatsby was smaller and not as well built. Tom and Gatsby were both rich and thought that money could buy anything and everything they wanted, both Gatsby and Tom used their money to impress people. Gatsby uses his for parties to get Daisy to co

Love is an intense of feeling of deep affection or fondness for a person or a thing. In the novel, The Great Gatsby, Daisy's love for Gatsby is very shallow. The affections she has for him are only feelings of admiration of his success because Gatsby prospers in all his intentions. Daisy highly regards Gatsby because of his determination of getting anything he wants. Hence, love is not shown very profoundly by Daisy towards Gatsby.Daisy is already married to Tom and has a daughter.

In the scene at the Plaza Hotel, there is a moment of truth as Tom confronts Gatsby and Daisy and resolves some issues. By the end of this chapter, we know that Tom and Daisy will stay together, and that while Daisy was once infatuated with Gatsby, it is definitely over with the two of them. Even though it is very apparent to the reader that Gatsby and Daisy will not have a relationship anymore (see below), it is hard to sympathize with Gatsby for his loss because he is still slightly disill

In F. Scott Fitzgerald s The Great Gatsby, many people of the high social status such as Tom, Myrtle, and Nick wonder if Gatsby is truly in love with Daisy, or if he is in love with what Daisy, herself, represents. Gatsby s whole life is based on trying to win Daisy s love. But does Gatsby ever think about how it would be if he did win her back? He is so caught up with the illusion of love that he doesn t really think about how his life will be, if he were to win Daisy s love back.

The Mysterious Gatsby In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, we know that Gatsby, the main character, is a mysterious man who doesn’t seem to show much personal growth throughout this book. Although, we do learn a lot about him through what the other characters reveal. We learn many different things about Gatsby through these rumors that it helps give us a better understanding of things. In the beginning of this novel everyone seems to know, or at least have hea

The Great Gatsby Capturing the American Dream is central topic for many novels. Like other stories, 'The Great Gatsby' is also about American Dream with a slightly different meaning. For common people it means wealth or fame, but it has different meaning for Jay Gatsby; he is the main character of the story. For him it is about love. Gatsby tries everything to reach a married woman name Daisy and he dies during this process. Daisy was his old love. Gatsby knows that he cannot marry h

  F. Scott Fitzgerald s The Great Gatsby is an excellent portrayal of the frenzied post-war society known as the Jazz Age. During a time of social and political corruption, society was living in excess, and modern values where sharply in decline. It was a time of severe disillusionment, and through the characterizations in the novel, the image of a devalued society can clearly be seen, especially through the lusts and desire

Gatsby s Greatness There is much controversy on why F. Scott Fitzgerald chose his masterpiece to be title The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald chose The Great Gatsby as the title to show the duality of how the central character of Jay Gatsby is great in trying determinedly to achieve his goal of Daisy, but how his greatness brings about his own downfall. Gatsby is, at first glance, truly great, for he pursues his dream of Daisy relentlessly. Jordan Baker, in a conversation with Nick Carraway, le

The Great Gatsby One of the most prominent themes in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, is of the American Dream. This dream can be many things to many different people, but everyone does have some sort of goal that they want to accomplish in their life. For Jay Gatsby, the dream is that through wealth, power, and financial stability, one can acquire pure happiness and self-satisfaction. This happiness that he is reaching for is to be reunited with his love from days

I, and high school students all over the United States, have read this book from 1925 because, it is simply a classic. A classic is defined by Webster as a literary or artistic work of the highest excellence, or a masterpiece. The Great Gatsby is regarded as a masterpiece, though it wasn t when it first came out. Critics and the public strayed away from this novel because, they didn t think it was good a novel as Fitzgerald s previous works. Soon people started to recognize it and it becam