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Explication of the Passage from "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: Explication of last two paragraphs in the book "The Great Gatsby" and their relation to the entire book.
In last two paragraphs of his novel "The Great Gatsby" F. Scott Fitzgerald reassures our good attitude towards the main character of the novel - Jay Gatsby. Gatsby did not give up his principles or ideals he was striving for, did not change them for Daisy because he did not have enough strength to follow them through the society. He fought till the very end, trying to embody his ideals in Daisy and achieve them in spite of the society, represented by Tom, but he failed, because it is impossible to win against society: it is either possible to adapt to it or not be the part of it at all.

The first part of the first sentence in the last passage presents a paradox: Gatsby believed in the "green light" but he died (189). Author uses it to tell the...

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