gastby notes Essay

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Firzgerald believes that the American Dream has been twisted and corrupted into an uncontrolled desire for pleasure and money which is still correct about today's obsession with materialistic objects.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's perspective is from the 1920's he believes that the American Dream itself is dying. Just as the significance of the green light across the bay dies throughout the novel for Gatsby. Gatsby's American Dream is to have Daisy. Fitzgerald also alludes to the American Dream being corrupted by money, and class. Gatsby believes that if he throws extravagant parties at the biggest house that he will be able to win Daisy over. Tom, Daisy, and Jordan represent corruption in Gatsby's dream. Also there is some reality vs. dream in the novel. Gatsby's reality is in the past where Daisy and him are still in love. Gatsby believes strongly that Daisy could have never loved Tom because she has always loved and never stopped loving him (Gatsby). That also has to do with the fact that the American Dream is not very realistic.
Firzgerald believes that the American Dream has been twisted and corrupted into an uncontrolled desire for pleasure and money which is still correct about today's obsession with materialistic objects.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's perspective is from the 1920's he believes that the American Dream itself is dying. Just as the significance of the green light across the bay dies throughout the novel for Gatsby. Gatsby's American Dream is to have Daisy. Fitzgerald also alludes to the American Dream being corrupted by money, and class. Gatsby believes that if he throws extravagant parties at the biggest house that he will be able to win Daisy over. Tom, Daisy, and Jordan represent corruption in Gatsby's dream. Also there is some reality vs. dream in the novel. Gatsby's reality is in the past where Daisy and him are still in love. Gatsby believes strongly that Daisy could have never loved Tom because she has always loved and never stopped loving him (Gatsby). That also has to do with the fact that the American Dream is not very realistic.
Firzgerald believes that the American Dream has been twisted and corrupted into an uncontrolled desire for pleasure and money which is still correct about today's obsession with materialistic objects.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's perspective is from the 1920's he believes that the American Dream itself is dying. Just as the significance of the green light across the bay dies throughout the novel for Gatsby. Gatsby's American Dream is to have Daisy. Fitzgerald also alludes to the American Dream being corrupted by money, and class. Gatsby believes that if he throws extravagant parties at the biggest house that he will be able to win Daisy over. Tom, Daisy, and Jordan represent corruption in Gatsby's dream. Also there is some reality vs. dream in the novel. Gatsby's reality is in the past where Daisy and him are still in love. Gatsby believes strongly that Daisy could have never loved Tom because she has always loved and never stopped loving him (Gatsby). That also has to do with the fact that the American Dream is not very realistic.
Firzgerald believes that the American Dream has been twisted and corrupted into an uncontrolled desire for pleasure and money which is still correct about today's obsession with materialistic objects.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's perspective is from the 1920's he believes that the American Dream itself is dying. Just as the significance of the green light across the bay dies throughout the novel for Gatsby. Gatsby's American Dream is to have Daisy. Fitzgerald also alludes to the American Dream being corrupted by money, and class. Gatsby believes that if he throws extravagant parties at the biggest house that he will be able to win Daisy over. Tom, Daisy, and Jordan represent corruption in Gatsby's dream. Also there is some reality vs. dream in the novel. Gatsby's reality is in the past where Daisy and him are still in love. Gatsby believes strongly that Daisy…