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The Great Gatsby

Summary: In the great Gatsby, the American dream at this point in time was to have love, power and money. Gatsby didn't see that the dream had been corrupt.
"They're a rotten crowd. You're worth the whole damn bunch together." This is the most important quote of the story. Nick, the main character, tells Gatsby this right before he is killed. This story is filled with lies, corruption and greed; no one in the story can be trusted. The lies and corruption led to the tragic end of Gatsby. Gatsby had a dream although it had a major flaw. Wealth and money, which was the fuel of the dream was also it flaw. The flaw of his dream's flaw was hidden by a fog of love, not revealed until it was too late.

The corruption of characters Tom and Daisy led to heights from which he couldn't climb down. Gatsby's dream was to win over Daisy, his long lost love. His plan was to win her over with wealth and money. The one problem was Tom...

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