Compare the morality of the values displayed by societies represented in "The Great Gatsby" and Mrs. Dalloway.
How different was the American Dream from the English equivalent? The values of the societies represented within The Great Gatsby and Mrs. Dalloway tend to be superficial in the respect that people's morals are confused and shallow. The nature of the American Dream varies, there is no obstinate definition but it usually involves the 'ideal' American life as fed by the media. In the 1920's this could be having children, owning an admirable amount of land with property, perhaps owning a small business, a car or two and being well off enough to throw parties and be generally carefree. The…
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