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"Love of Money is the Root of All Evil"

Summary: Its basically relating greed to the novel "The Great Gatsby" F. Scott Fitzgerald.
The novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and the statement, "Love of money is the root of all evil." have a strong relationship with each other. This statement is basically saying that money is not the problem in society; it's the love of it that causes conflicts in the real world. It's also saying that too much money can go from being a man's dream to a man's downfall. In this novel there are few characters that have a great deal of riches, but at the same time they have a sort of addiction to it. In the following will be examples from the novel that verify that this statement is true.

One character in The Great Gatsby is Daisy Buchanan who shows her own issues with greed. Daisy is the wife of Tom Buchanan, who was...

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