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The Great Gatsby

Summary: An analysis of the characters in the Great Gatsby and if they have pure intentions.
During the 1920's and even today, people want to pursue the American Dream. Being successful, having a good job, living in a big house, having a lot of money, and simply being a "somebody" is essentially what the American Dream is all about. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a novel that presents many characters that are motivated to pursue their idea of the American Dream. Each presents a different view on life and adds spice to the story line. However, after careful analysis of the characters, it is evident that many of the characters do not have honorable motives, although the intentions of Jay Gatsby are pure in heart.

Daisy Buchanan is the twinkle in Gatsby's eye. She remains this way throughout the book while taunting Gatsby with her actions. One might even go as far to say that Daisy leads Gatsby on. "I...

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