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Great Gatsby

Summary: In his book, The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald brings together a life of ambition and dreams with a life of jealousy and arrogance. Each of the main characters face many external and internal battles throughout the story which lead to their immoral behavior.
The Great Gatsby is the story of the true American dream during a jazz period and a world of big parties. In this book, F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author, brings together a life of ambition and dreams with a life of jealousy and arrogance. The way all these characters handle what happens when both lives are brought together determines they're moral ranking. Gatsby, Nick, and Tom, all show some immoral acts in their own way some rougher than others. Each of these characters faces many external and internal battles throughout the story which lead to their immoral behavior.

Gatsby who shows his immoral behavior in the most unsuspectful and least harmful way is the most moral character. "He's just a man named Gatsby" (48). As to many people, Gatsby was known as a gambler who got his fame and glory by selling drugs. "He's a bootlegger" (61). Gatsby seemed to...

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