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The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, although the protagonist, Jay Gatsby, is an example of a tragic hero, his flaws lead him to remain a failure, which symbolize the failures of the American Dream. There are many sections of the novel that show direct connections between the real world and the life the Jay Gatsby lives, such as the green light, which also plays an important role in the failure of the American Dream.
In The Great Gatsby, there are plenty of parts in the novel that are symbolic to the American Dream. In this novel, it is safe to say that the "American Dream" can essen…
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