The Great Gatsby Essay | The Great Gatsby: For the Love of Money

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The Great Gatsby: For the Love of Money

Summary: Essay discusses the symbols of people and objects in F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby."
In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, the title character and the protagonist of the novel, Jay Gatsby, has multiple tragic flaws and an extremely distorted life, such as his money issue. Jay Gatsby, viewed as a sensitive young man who idolized wealth and luxury and who fell in love with a beautiful young woman, Daisy Buchanan, while stationed in a military camp in the south. Gatsby gains a good amount of wealth at a young age, by inheritance and then by bootlegging for more money. He sets himself to gaining possessions and throwing parties that he believes will allow him to get Daisy's love. No one knows where he comes from, what he does for a living, or how he got all of his money.

The two main symbols of the novel are the green light on Daisy's dock and Gatsby's...

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