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Essay | East and West: Eggs from Separate Baskets

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of East and West.
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East and West: Eggs from Separate Baskets

Summary: In a world without morality and where one's drive for wealth may take them over dishonest roads, social standing is something that, surprisingly, cannot be bought with money. The 1920's novel ┬ČThe Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, does a spectacular job of showing many issues of the "Roaring Twenties."
In a world without morality and where one's drive for wealth may take them over dishonest roads, social standing is something that, surprisingly, cannot be bought with money. The 1920's novel ¬The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, does a spectacular job of showing many issues of the "Roaring Twenties." The book is narrated by Nick Carraway, the neighbor of Jay Gatsby who is feverously trying to reunite himself with Nick's cousin Daisy. Nick and Gatsby are from West Egg, while Daisy is an East Egger. Although similar in some regards, East and West Egg inhabitants make their fortunes differently, have different ways of thinking and behaving, and belong to different social classes.

Certainly with names so similar as East Egg and West Egg, the two areas would have to be alike in some aspects. In fact these two places are alike...

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This section contains 850 words
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