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The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. An essay about three major themes throughout the book. Includes quotes from characters.
Have you ever taken the time to analyze human nature in its purest form? F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gatsby to model the citizens of the nation. Through romance, materialism, and morality the characters reflect how people as a whole react in different situations. We as human beings are not perfect and our flaws have been exposed throughout this novel. This novel was written years ago and I ask have we remained the same? Or would Fitzgerald be proud to know that humans have changed for the better.
In this novel romance is not defined as love but as strong feelings and the actions th…
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- The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. An essay about three major themes throughout the book. Includes quotes from characters.
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