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Warped Goals is about the selfishness and lack of morals shown by some of the Characters in "The Great Gatsby" by. F.Scott Fitzgerald.
"The Great Gatsby", by F. Scott Fitzgerald, outlines many themes found in the 1920s. Most of these themes display few morals and much selfishness. Almost everyone had the same measures of success and were willing to do anything to achieve it. The actions people took in "The Great Gatsby" revolved around dreams, wealth, and possessiveness.
Everyone has dreams. The people in "The Great Gatsby" were no different. It was hard to find a content person throughout the novel. Their dreams usually revolved around money, power, and the opposite sex. Jay Gatsby had an everlasting dream to reca…
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