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The Great Gatsby Character Comparision

Summary: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald expounds on the social classes and mentality of people during the Jazz age of the 1920s. Focusing on similarities and variations in the individuals' circumstances, Fitzgerald shows that behaviors and morals can be drastically altered within a decade. The individual personalities, values, and lifestyles of the characters are significantly unique and exhibited as the characters respond to the incidences of life during that time.
Incidences of life can cause outwardly perfect individuals to fall to pieces and realities to merge with dreams. Sometimes an individual's outlook on life differs than those around him. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald expounds on the social classes and mentality of people during the Jazz age. He focuses on the similarities and variations in the individuals' circumstances and shows that the behaviors and morals can drastically be altered within a decade. Characters such as, Tom, George, Nick, Gatsby, Myrtle, and Daisy go through similar situations but differ in the way they deal with them. Their individual personalities, values, and lifestyles are significantly unique and exhibited as relationships grow and crumble. Before long, each life has changed almost beyond recognition.

Tom Buchanan, an immensely wealthy and arrogant man hailing from a socially solid old family, and George Wilson, a lifeless, exhausted owner of...

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