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Essay | The Great Gatsby--Millionaires Pile of Ashes

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The Great Gatsby--Millionaires Pile of Ashes

Summary: The growth of Nick in The Great Gatsby
Personality and behavior are very important character traits, and must be analyzed in order to fully understand the underlying issues in a novel. F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the technique of conflicting, but somewhat similar characters in The Great Gatsby in order to demonstrate how pursuing one's desires can lead to both destruction and growth. He accomplishes this by using Gatsby, Tom, Nick, and Daisy to show the consequences of their unrestrained desires, and the actions they took to achieve these desires.

As the title infers, Jay Gatsby is nothing short of great. Gatsby has created his own society, a lonely and pseudo-upper class. This new class was built by Gatsby in order to help him cope with his own insecurities, especially the fact that he was not wealthy. His visions of becoming a "Dan Cody" have thoroughly encompassed his everyday life. His obsession with...

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