The Great Gatsby Essay | The Dream Essay

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The Dream Essay

Summary: F. Scott Fitzgerald refers to many dreams of wealth and social status of Jay Gatsby, the protagonist in this work of fiction, during his writing of The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald refers to many imaginings of Jay Gatsby, the protagonist in this work of fiction, during his writing of The Great Gatsby. Wealth is the one of Gatsby's main priorities. His social status is another important part of his hallucination. At the top of Jay's desires and longings is love. In this novel by Fitzgerald, Gatsby's dreams for life are discussed.

Jay Gatsby has a aspiration to be a rich person. When he was young, he was never at ease with what he had. He wanted money, so he managed to get it by doing many things. Gatsby fought in World War I. Gatsby was very wealthy at this time, but he still was not pleased because he desired more and more. Some of the money that Gatsby had was inherited from one of his relatives. Because he wanted more than the inherited money and...

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