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A Literature Analysis of "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: Essay provides a literature analysis of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby."
The American Dream, a dream that everyone feels the need to accomplish, a dream of happiness to pursue and to live life without anything in your way. Some people believe money can buy you happiness and others can be happy without it. This all depends on how much you want. The wealthy and common people are similar in some ways but yet very different. The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, descriptively depicts the life of the wealthy and common person. In the novel, The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald shows the diversity between the wealthy and common through the setting, characterization, and Feelings or emotions.

Fitzgerald shows diversity of the common and wealthy through his description of the setting. Fitzgerald describes Wilson's house by Quoting "A small living room, small dining room, a small bedroom and bath."(33). Here we see a somewhat poor, small house like apartment. In contrast to Wilson's...

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