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The Emptyness of Wealth in "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: Despite their wealth, money does not bring happiness to certain characters, such as Gatsby, Daisy and Tom, in F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, "The Great Gatsby."
Money does not always give happiness to people. The characters in Fitzgerald's novel have wealth and money, but they have not achieved happiness. Mr.Gatsby, a wealthy man is desperate for Daisy, the love of his life. The character Daisy lives a fantasy to hide her true feelings and life regrets. Her husband Tom, a high class/society character has an attraction to women of lower class. These characters all in F.Scott.Fitzgerald's Great Gatsby shows how wealth doesn't necessarily bring happiness.

In The Great Gatsby, Mr.Gatsby shows that all the wealth he has worked for does not bring happiness unless it includes Daisy. Daisy did not marry Gatsby before the war because of his economical status and had no family background unlike Tom. Gatsby needs wealth to conquer Daisy's heart. After working five years with Mr. Wolfsheim (suspect of...

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