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How the Human Condition Is Portrayed through "The Great Gatsby", Written by F.Scott Fitzgerald and "Blade Runner", Directed by Ridley Scott
The human condition is the experience of existence and life as humans. This notion can be seen through the novel "The Great Gatsby", written by F. Scott Fitzgerald and the film "Blade Runner", directed by Ridley Scott. These texts explore the themes of human judgment, the ambition involved in being human and human morals, which make up part of the human condition. This is shown through the actions, comments, and descriptions of the characters in the texts.
The quote "'They're a rotten crowd,' I shouted across the lawn. …
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