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Dishonest Relationships in "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: Relationships based upon dishonesty and appearances abound in F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, "The Great Gatsby." The author presents the dark side of the 1920's "Jazz Age."
"The Great Gatsby is a novel about the deceptive nature of human relationships - it is a story of and about surface images."

Throughout The Great Gatsby, we see many relationships crumble as a result of deception and riotous acts. We get the impression that none of the characters are what they seem to be. All of them have secrets and all have hidden personalities that burst forth on various occasions. It is from these outbursts that a more proper knowledge of the characters may be gained. This essay will delve further into these deceitful relationships, their constitution and their consequences.

Jay Gatsby, formerly James Gatz, displays one of these deceptive natures. To the average eye he is a mysterious, wealthy young man who is surprisingly generous with the money he has earned. Although they come to the parties in his West Egg mansion...

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