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Critical analysis of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
From Rags to Riches with No Avail
For years, America has been known as the land of the riches, immigrants from all over the world flood to America to claim their own piece of the road paved with gold. F. Scott Fitzgerald knew about this American dream all to well and portrayed his opinion of it in his novel The Great Gatsby. Jay Gatsby was certain that wealth was the solution to Daisy's heart, and it was because of this misconception that led to Gatsby's ultimate ruin. Gatsby, before leaving for the war, knew the only thing keeping him from the love of his life was his social and economica…
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