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Fake Vs. Real

Summary: Literary analysis of "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald and the movie "The Talented Mr. Riply" and the way that they speak to being a fake somebody or a real nobody.
Almost everyone has something about him or herself that he or she wants to change. It is inevitable; there is always something, small or large, that would be a change for the better. The question then arises: is it better to change just that one component or to change the entire image? Is it truly better to be, as Tom Ripley said it, "a fake somebody or a real nobody"" F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby also speaks to this fact, about whether or not it is better to completely change an image or to remain nobody. To this statement, both speak that it is much better to remain a true person, with a true personality, than to completely alter everything and become a completely different person.

As a character we see Tom Ripley as confused and mischievous as to how he eliminates that confusion. The audience...

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