The Great Gatsby By F.Scott Fitzgerald: Describes inner truths of characters (Includes direct quotes from novel)
F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, "The Great Gatsby" is an interesting experience. The characters are exceptionally compelling to me as a reader for the reason that their inner morals are nothing like their outer appearances. As a reader you never know what to expect of them due to the extremes in both the inner and outer manifestations. Of all the characters there were a few I would like to share with you that greatly expressed this disheartening truth. Even though their extravagant lifestyles and fancy apparel are over whelming Daisy, Jay, and Tom are some what the contrary of how they appear…
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