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The Great Gatsby and The American Dream
The long sought, after "American Dream" may have only been a dream for Gatsby. He simply wanted too much of what really isn't there. A minor changing of the past is what really led to the demise of his dream. Daisy was under much stress, and her ability to think clearly was clouded. Instead of letting things work out with Daisy and Tom, Gatsby decided to intervene, ultimately crushing his hopes of ever being with Daisy.
Due to Americans being very materialistic, the American dream can never be attained. Say a person bought his dream house, and had his dream car, eventually, that person wi…
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