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Pandemonium in "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: A cause and effect essay that portrays the roaring twenties in F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby."
Actions directly determine the future. The effects of actions may provoke wonderful or disastrous results. Careful behavior and well thought actions can lead to success and happiness. However, the complete opposite conduct will cause uproar and will have dire consequences. Such pandemonium is often caused by careless and reckless behavior. The many characters of F. Scott Fitzgerald demonstrate the wild and uncontrollable actions of the roaring twenties. In his novel, The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald gives the reader an account of the careless and reckless behavior of the 1920s.

Tom Buchanan, one of the main characters in The Great Gatsby, was an important element in the conflict of the novel. Tom was a wealthy man who lived in the lavish area of East Egg. He developed an egotistical attitude because of his large amount of money. He believed that it was his duty to...

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