The Great Gatsby Essay | Student Essay

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The True Hero

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

As easily noticed as the title of the novel, one can find that Jay Gatsby is described as the protagonist in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby through his endless love towards Daisy Buchanan. Although Gatsby gains wealth and fame due to the hard work he has done in his youth, Fitzgerald depicts Gatsby as the corrupted identity of the American Dream as he lives in an extraordinarily fancy house. Fitzgerald creates Gatsby as a person who values wealth, social status, and material possession more than ones honesty and morality. On the other hand, Nick Carraway, the narrator and minor character of this novel, is claimed as the true hero of the stroy through his strong will to avoid the false image of materialism and his ability to stand strong in his morals. These characteristics lead him to live an honest and respected life which Fitzgerald uses...

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