The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald

1249 Words Feb 24th, 2018 5 Pages
Scott Fitzgerald in 1925. Story primarily describes the young, mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and his passion for the beautiful Daisy Buchanan. Novel includes themes of idealism, resistance to change, social differences, American dream, Injustice, power, betrayal, Importance of money, careless, callousness. Scott Fitzgerald sets up his novel into separate social groups but, each group has its own problems to fight with, leaving reminder of what an unstable place the world is in reality. By creating different social classes like old money, new money, and no money — author sends strong messages to readers about the elitism running through each piece of society. Firstly, many people have question: “who is Gatsby? How he achieved his American dream and became rich respectful person? Jay Gatsby was from North Dakota. In real he was poor, but he didn’t want to stay poor he went to college and worked a lot to pay his education at the school. From childhood he had strict schedule. His desire to achieve goal and live in wealth was so big, even he leave his parents and at 17 years start new life. Gatsby achieved all his wealth by himself. He creates good life for himself by hard work and diligence. When he was 17 years old he decided to changes his original name, James Gatz, to Jay Gatsby. His real name sounds like European and he doesn’t want people…
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