Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, set in early 1920’s New York, tells the story of millionaire Jay Gatsby and his lasting affection for Daisy Buchannan.
The American dream was originally about freedom, equality and opportunity; through this novel, Fitzgerald declares that the American dream was corrupted during the “roaring twenties” era through the pursuit of wealth and class; which lead to moral decay in society.
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Throughout the novel, except when with Nick or Daisy, Gatsby asserts himself as an observer, who would rather watch others than to join in with the crowd....
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The Great Gatsby is about what happened to the American Dream during the 1920's, an era when the dream had been corrupted by the relentless pursuit of wealth.
The only item missing from Gatsby’s life is love.
Fitzgerald in the1920's, demonstrates the corruption of the America dream and profoundly reveals the theme: the great and pitiful contrast between people's spiritual and material life during the Jazz Age....
Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby - Jay Gatsby as the Magician
Jay Gatsby is a man living the so called “American Dream”, he owns a large Mansion, spends money like crazy, has large parties every week, has clothes of every color and style, he has everything any person would want....
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The Great Gatsby is not a tale about perfect love; it is a tale of love and lust corrupting individuals in their lives, and of an American dream that is never fulfilled.
The American Dream was something that everyone coveted.
In addition, when portraying the family the characters in Great Gatsby are used to expose the corruption growing in the family system present in the novel....
Scott's Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
With the death of an original dream and a boy, a man, viewed as great by a corrupt society bent on gaining wealth, was born, along with a new dream to have only the very best....
Throughout his life, Gatsby gains the title of truly being great.
In regards to wealth and success, Fitzgerald makes clear the growing corruption of the American Dream by using Gatsby himself as a symbol for the corrupted dream throughout the text.