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Essay: The Great Gatsby
During the roaring twenties, religion and morality had vanished leaving wealth
and social status the only way to survive. Fast automobiles, flappers and extensive
wardrobes were of importance. The worship of material items eventually led to the
irrelevance of those less fortunate. Gatsby did everything he could to rise above the
society that he was introduced to, even if it meant leaving others to clean up the mess.
Tom Buchanan, brain washed by lust neglected monogamy and yet in the end fooled no
one but himself in the end. High society use any circumstance would use any excuse…
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