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For Love or for Money

Summary: F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is about Daisy's love fore the things in her life and how the only thing she can love is money.
Daisy Buchanan of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby establishes love for objects above love for the people who appear in her life. There is a great difference between natural love and love that is forced upon a suspect. If love is only a will to own it is not love. The themes of love and passion are portrayed through the character of Daisy who confuses lust and obsession with love. What can a young woman, raised by the book, surrounded by money, love when all she is taught is pleasing her surrounding peers? Daisy always seems to love the people she is around, but she really has no choice but to follow what she has been taught. This only causes a pattern that spirals downward when she tries to appreciate her surroundings such as the society she lives in. After being strictly raised to...

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