The Great Gatsby Moral Analysis

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In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby the character's values are questionable at most, whether it's the lavish parties or the never-ending affairs, you're never far from loose morals. When looking at values and morals there are mainly two types of people. People that live by values and morals, and people that don't. This stands true for the characters in the novel.
First off, there are few characters who live by morals; however, the ones that do are very well known. Let's address the obvious one, Nick. He tells us on the first page of the book he lives by a moral his father passed to him, "Whenever you feel like criticizing any one,"…"Just remember that all the people in this world haven't had the same advantages that you've had." This

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