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"The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitsgerald - morality.
My Gatsby Essay - Comparatively
In this society, everyone has a price. It is simply a matter of discovering what it is each person wants most; their most secret desire. Each individual and their personality will determine how far they will go to gain this aspiration. One person would go only so far as to tell a few lies, while another might kill somebody. No matter what, each and every person would go to some immoral measure; it is something that is a part of human nature. In the work The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, both Gatsby and Tom are guilty of this natural human fla…
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