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Houses in "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: F. Scott Fitzgerald uses houses to depict the lives of characters in his book "The Great Gatsby."
The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a book with a lot of hidden meanings. Jay Gatsby is a wealthy man who gets all of his money by bootlegging. He is in love with Daisy Buchanan, who is married to Tom Buchanan, also a very rich man.

However, Tom inherited all of his money. Nick Carraway, the narrator of the book, is Gatsby's neighbor, and throughout the book becomes good friends with Gatsby. Tom cheats on Daisy with Myrtle, who is married to Mr. Wilson. Gatsby and Daisy begin to have an affair. At the end of the book, Mr. Wilson kills Gatsby because he thinks that Gatsby is having a relationship with Myrtle, when really it is Tom. The Great Gatsby is a great example of how corrupt the American Dream became. Every small thing in the book means something a lot...

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