The growth of characters Tom Buchanan, George Wilson, Jay Gatsby make F.
To many Americans, wealth and happiness are inextricably intertwined.
After all, the democratic ideals of our country are predicated on the notion of the âself-madeâ? Ironically, it is sometimes the striving for wealth or the striving for... Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is regarded as a brilliant piece of literature that offers a vivid peek into American life in the 1920's.
From Shakespeare's conniving Iago to Dickens' endlessly cruel Estella, these... Readers recognize the importance Fitzgerald places on social class throughout the...
During the modernist era, artists gradually moved away from realism towards themes of illusion, consciousness, and imagination. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby revolve around one primary character who serves as a vessel that reveals the major theme of the book.