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The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
THE GREAT GATSBY
Money is a sign of power, a symbol of authority, and a mark of distinction. Money determines a person's influence and control over others. It is money that changes peoples' lives, either for the good or for the bad. In most cases, money has to be earned in one way or the other. However, there is a lot more to money than earning it. Even though wealth makes life much easier, it builds a foundation for immense desire, squander, ignorance, and substandard morals.
In The Great Gatsby, Scott Fitzgerald illustrates the power of wealth over the supremacy of love. Throughout the n…
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