essay of gatsby

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From reading Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby, it’s been made clear to me that the most crucial symbol throughout the whole novel is the green light. The green light wasn’t just some light to help boats find the dock. To Gatsby, it was his dreams. His desire. Gatsby’s passion and everything he ever wanted embodied itself in that light. Whether it was his need for acceptance, Daisy, money, or social status, the green light was the driving force that led Gatsby to live in the world he created, even if it meant becoming the catalyst of his downfall.
From reading Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby, it’s been made clear to me that the most crucial symbol throughout the whole novel is the green light. The green light wasn’t just some light to help boaFrom reading Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby, it’s been made clear to me that the most crucial symbol throughout the whole novel is the green light. The green light wasn’t just some light to help boats find the dock. To Gatsby, it was his dreams. His desire. Gatsby’s passion and everything he ever wanted embodied itself in that light. Whether it was his need for acceptance, Daisy, money, or social statuFrom reading Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby, it’s been made clear to me that the most crucial symbol throughout the whole novel is the green light. The green light wasn’t just some light to help boats find the dock. To Gatsby, it was his dreams. His desire. Gatsby’s passion and everything he ever wanted embodied itself in that light. Whether…