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The Dream of Jay Gatsby

Summary: Essay provides a discussion regarding the dream of Jay Gatsby.
Gatsby lives in a period of time where dreams were corrupted and dreamers merely existed. Gatsby had a corrupt dream to win back a woman who was married. "Gatsby wanted to recover something, some idea of himself perhaps, that had gone into loving Daisy" (Fitzgerald 112). Gatsby believe he can make this corrupt dream come true but "[Nick realized that] there was no difference between men" (124) however Nick later find out that Gatsby different. Nick thought Gatsby was great because Gatsby had the ability to dream during a corrupt period. Even though this dream bought many difficulties, Gatsby never quit in accomplishing this dream.

Nick thought Gatsby was a fool to follow a dream about a woman "that many men had already loved [Daisy]" (148). Most of those men only loved her wealth and beauty but Gatsby truly loved her. Nick sees that Gatsby would do anything...

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