The Great Gatsby Essay | Great Gatsby Commentary on Pages 100-103

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Great Gatsby Commentary on Pages 100-103

Summary: Comments on on pages 100-103 of The Great Gatsby, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Closely explores the details and smaller meanings between pages 100-103 of the book and analyzes the characters and significance of color.
I have chosen to write a commentary on pages 100 to 103, Gatsby's second party because I feel it brings out true messages of the book and it portrays the more realistic, hones, darker side of the supposedly glamorous, high-class parties. It negatively shows how people are knowingly and openly breaking the law (National Prohibition Act), making fools of themselves, and putting on fronts in order to satisfy the equally false and shallow `celebrities' they wish to measure up to. Really, the only people who deserve to be admired are the truly honest ones, who are content within themselves and feel no urge to compete against the insecure status seekers. These people want to be remembered with respect and admiration, but in order to summon up the courage so speak up and be fun yet intelligent they get heavily drunk, forget about manners and etiquette and...

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