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Essay | People's Lives in "The Great Gatsby" Are Controlled by Money, and Being Wealthy

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People's Lives in "The Great Gatsby" Are Controlled by Money, and Being Wealthy

Summary: Essay shows how the lives of people in "The Great Gatsby" are controlled by money.
Money can mean and do many things for many people. It is very powerful in some ways, and so many people live around money. It is a worldwide disease that will always be around. It will never leave. It can corrupt people, make people crazy, make people careless and irresponsible, buy someone fake friends, etc. This is also how Tom, Daisy and Jordan are in The Great Gatsby. The only person in the novel who doesn't have an obsession with money and is a good person is the narrator, Nick. Nick says, "I am one of the few honest people that I have ever known" (64) talking about himself and it is very true. In the novel The Great Gatsby, almost everyone's life is controlled by money, and being wealthy.

As people get older, they may start to...

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