The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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The novel The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a less expensive representation of universal themes of morality, ethics and how money inevitably corrupts those ideas. expensive is well represented by the beginning paragraph from The Great Gatsby:“In my younger and more vulnerable years, my father gave me some advice that I 've been turning over in my mind ever since. “Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone... Just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.” F. Scoot Fitzgerald (1,1)

The protagonist Nick Carraway explains how his father gave him an advice about acknowledging that he had more advantages than others.

Topic 1 (information about the lost generation, this will be
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"The fact that he had one was insisted upon wherever he was known. His acquaintances resented the fact that he turned up in popular restaurants with her and, leaving her at a table, sauntered about, chatting with whomsoever he knew. F. Scoot Fitzgerald (2. 24). Tom is not trying to hide that he has an affair with someone since he takes her to popular restaurants furthermore shortly after meeting Nick he tells him about her and presents her the next day.
Also, his wife Daisy is also corrupt by wealth, she only live being James Gats or better know as Gatsby, regardless how much they loved each other she wouldn 't marry him due to Gatsby not being rich, in addition, Gatsby going to the war Daisy gets tired of waiting for him, “She only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me. It was a terrible mistake, but in her heart, she never loved anyone except for me.” F. Scoot Fitzgerald (7, 130) The quote shows us how Daisy is a very money-dependent person, she only married Tom due to his wealth, and she later falls in love again with Gatsby because she learns that he became wealthy.

Topic 3 (How this applies to our life out The Great Gatsby)
"As a person’s levels of wealth increase, their feelings of compassion and empathy go down, and their feelings of entitlement, of deservingness, and their ideology of self-interest increases," TEDxMaring
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