The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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America is characterized as the place of freedom with its iconic red, white, and blue flag which also symbolizes braveness. What makes this land so iconic and great isn 't its status but it 's exceptionally distinctive people. Americans aren 't a specific type of people, but a mixture of people from all over the world that live in harmony. That is the reason why Americans are so unique and so hard to be defined. Being developed by great American novels such as the The Great Gatsby, The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men, and The Catcher in the Rye, there is now a universal definition for all Americans. An American is someone who persistently seeks completion of an objective.
Americans are portrayed as persistent individuals who strive to complete a goal. In Fitzgerald 's great American Classic, The Great Gatsby, the plot is centered around a troubled young man named Jay Gatsby who wants to re-establish his long-lost romantic relationship with his crush named Daisy. Gatsby is a lavish mysterious millionaire who is known for his big parties, but isn 't widely known as a person because many people have never seen him before. Using his friendship with Nick Carraway as a tool, Gatsby gets a chance to meet his long-lost love. This alone shows his level of persistence because he is even willing to use people and their feelings to get what he wants. Gatsby 's main objective in the story is to re-establish his love relationship with Daisy, even though it has been years since they…
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