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The Great Gatsby

Summary: This essay deals with different characters in the novel, "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, who are careless. It shows how their wealth in society affects their lives and others.
Throughout the novel The Great Gatsby one word can really sum up many of the ideas that are expressed in the book. That word is careless. The author F. Scott Ftizgerald describes certain characters to be careless. They are careless to their world around them and to people they encounter. Jordan, Tom, and Daisy are characters that express this word to its full meaning. Their actions are inattentive and they are careless people. This is due to the ease of their life. These people live in the life of the roaring twenties with their mindless irresponsible lifestyle where consequence is just an afterthought. No matter what they do to others, whether its cheating on their spouse or even resulting to the death of others they easily can return back to their money.

Tom and Daisy consider themselves to be better then everyone else and that is the...

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