The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. An essay on the theme that the rich are careless people.
Theme: The Rich are careless people.
Throughout The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald's characters continuously prove to show that the rich are careless people, or that they can afford to not care about others at all. The rich people in the book have a sense of being better than everybody else is, but not showing it exactly at face value. They are completely careless and throw caution to the wind. They ignore how others feel and also they don't care about anything that doesn't have to do with them, or something they like.
The rich will hurt people, sometimes on accident, physically and me…
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