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Great Gatsby Vs. Searching for the Good Life

Summary: Essay is about the main character Jay Gatsby in "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Helwigs article "Searching for the Good Life" and the life of Gatsby leaves no doubt that one does not gain true happiness by purchasing material goods. Everyone has their own definition of what the 'good life' is for themselves. The world around us is many times frantically reaching for things that they think will give them the good life. At other times we see people showing off possessions or accomplishments that our world implies will lead them to the good life. We are bomnarded through the media, on billboards and in the mail. Everywhere we look we are living with all the signs of the good life that our world indicateswill bring our search for happiness to an end. Temporary comfort, status, and true happiness is found through a peace of mind, integrity, and love.

Life of Gatsby clearly shows that his...

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