Love at All Costs In "The Great Gatsby" by Fitzgerald
Ben Johnson wanted to be the fastest man in the world. To attain this goal, he took steroids. He attempted to gain success at all costs. Much like Ben, Jay Gatsby attempted to achieve the love of Daisy Buchanan with reckless regard for the truth. He used immoral methods to change his social position, threw extravagant parties, and refused to see reality. In F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby' Jay Gatsby attempted to achieve his goal of Daisy's love at all costs.
Gatsby used immoral methods to change his social position. He began by buying out small drug stores in various cit…
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