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    Jay-Z

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    Artist of Change goes by a few names such as Hova or Jigga, but most know him as Jay-Z. He is a distinguished entrepreneur, owning a record company, clothing line, and a variety of other businesses. He has a net worth of over half a billion dollars. As for his musical achievements, Jay Z has the most number 1 albums, on the billboard 200 for a solo artist. He is second only to The Beatles as an artist in general. Jay was born in Brooklyn’s Marcy Projects. Where he survived an environment of drugs

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    Jay Gatsby

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    The novel, The Great Gatsby focuses on one of the focal characters, James Gatz, also known as Jay Gatsby. He grew up in North Dakota to a family of poor farm people and as he matured, eventually worked for a wealthy man named Dan Cody. As Gatsby is taken under Cody’s wing, he gains more than even he bargained for. He comes across a large sum of money, however ends up getting tricked out of ‘inheriting’ it. After these obstacles, he finds a new way to earn his money, even though it means bending the

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    Jay Z Personality

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    1. Throughout the article Lisa Robinson exhibits that Jay-Z is very giving. In the sports business many basketball players look to him as a mentor. In the article Jay-Z is quoted saying “Do you know how many athletes go broke three years after they stop playing? I want to help them hold on to their money” (Robinson, 2013). This shows Jay-Z as a very genuine person. He wants to give back to those who do not have a mentor. The author also states that “Everyone knows he is really smart, really talented

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    Jay Gatsby Selfish

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    directed to Mr. Jay Gatsby, from the famous book, The Great Gatsby. This book was written in the 1920’s, with the narration of Nick Carraway, who met Jay Gatsby and became fairly close to him. Nick lived in East Egg neighboring Mr. Jay Gatsby. Living across the bay in West Egg was, Daisy and Tom Buchanan. Nick is learning how to be non-judgemental toward others, however, with whom he gets along with, they too were privileged. But not Jay Gatsby. In The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby is

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    Jay Gatsby Thesis

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    Jay Gatsby is a thirty years old millionaire, who spent his childhood on a rural Farm in North Dakota. He despised poverty and dreamed to become a very rich and sophistication gentleman. Jay left his family’s farm at about 17 to go to St. Olaf’s College but shortly dropped out because he could not bear to be janitor anymore even though it was paying for his tuition. At first we had no clue how Gatsby got his money it was not specified for us for quite a few chapters until nick and Jay went to lunch

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    The Death Of Jay Gatsby

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    Perhaps one of the most iconic scenes in The Great Gatsby is where the titular character, Jay Gatsby, or James Gatz as he was first known as, meets his untimely end. To understand the nature of Gatsby’s death, first you must know the circumstances that precede it. Myrtle, Mr. Wilson’s wife, was run over by Gatsby’s car, which Daisy was driving. Driven by vengeance and the mistaken belief that Gatsby had killed Myrtle, Mr. Wilson proceeded to murder Gatsby and then himself. While miscommunication

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    Jay Gatsby Selfish

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    The Great Gatsby: the story of the obsessive Jay Gatsby, lies, betrayal, and death. Of all the characters in The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby was by far the greatest and least great characterof them. What limited how deserving he was of the title “great” was that Gatsby lived a life based off of lies and deceit which, arguably, led to his tragic death. Even though Gatsby did some horrible things to get where he was, he did it in order to try to win the heart back of someone special, which helped make

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    Is Jay Gatsby A Hero

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    author's past and he gives small gestures that will tie into what Fitzgerald did in his life as a young adult and it will transfer to the characteristics of Jay Gatsby. This famous piece of literature takes place in Long Island right around the Great Depression and the prohibition which will make Gatsby's obtain a lavish and awed lifestyle. Jay Gatsby may come off as a hopeful and successful man but many portray him as an antihero. His crazy and hectic life consisted of marvelous

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    Who Is Jay Gatsby

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    Jay Gatsby is the main character in the book "The Great Gatsby". Even though the reader do not know much about him. He is a mysterious guy who throws extravagant parties to attract his long lost love Daisy. During most of the story his personality, character, and background is untold to the readers. But during chapter 6 there is a in depth flashback of Gatsby past and the readers lean about him and why he is who he is. "James Gatz, that was really, or at least legally, his name" page 98. We learned

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    Jay Gatsby Flaws

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    characters and uses their actions to show their selfish desire that eventually leads to ruin. Fitzgerald ridicules the American dream through the characters in his work The Great Gatsby. He uses Jay Gatsby as a modern twist on the classic tragic hero to show us how Gatsby’s American dream is flawed. Jay Gatsby, being who the story is named after is a very good example of the American dream. He also represents what most people living in 1920s America were striving for, notably, he has become so rich

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