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Does Fitzgerald Condemn The American Dream In "The Great Gatsby?"
Fitzgerald not only condemns the American Dream but sets the death and downfall of the American Dream as the primary theme of the novel. Throughout the novel Fitzgerald deliberately makes all characters with money appear to be unhappy, dysfunctional, snobbish, and immoral, thus contradicting the stereotyped idea of the American Dream. The American Dream that includes a happy family, living together, having lots of money and living happily ever after.
<Tab/>The unhappiness of the wealthy class is portrayed by Fitzgerald's very poetic and beautiful style of writing. Gatsby's lo…
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