The Great Gatsby Essay | Gatsby's Lifestyle

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Gatsby's Lifestyle

Summary: A paragraph on each of the following items, his parties, his guest list, his car, and his mansion.
The lifestyle of James Gatz, also known as "The Great Gatsby", is a mysterious one full of false truths. Gatsby lives in West Egg, New York during the 1920's when aristocracy was divided between "new money" and "old money". West Egg being the side where new money is prominent and East Egg where old money is prominent. Gatsby moved to West Egg in search of his old lover, Daisy, who is married to a member of the "old money" social class system. Gatsby's rich lifestyle is obtained through his participation in organized crime and bootlegging of alcohol, which were all done to impress Daisy.

Being the millionaire that Gatsby is, he purchased a beautiful mansion in West Egg, just across the bay from Daisy. "The one on my right was a colossal affair by any standard it was a factual imitation of some Hotel del Ville in Normandy...

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