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  1. The Great Gatsby - Jay Gatsby's Greatness
    The greatness of an individual can be defined in terms far beyond tangible accomplishments. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic American novel, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby’s greatness comes from his need to experience success and his will to...
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  2. Comparision Of Duddy Kravitz And Jay Gatsby
    Mordecai Richler’s The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz certainly provides a stark contrast to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. While Fitzgerald epitomizes descriptive writing techniques, Richler is far more reserved and subtle in terms...
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  3. Jay Gatsby’s Greatness
    Many great American novels such as The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald interest us. Many readers could relate to this novel in plentiful ways such as how life sometimes can be so complicated. In the novel The Great Gatsby, Gatsby, who is the...
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  4. Gatsby's Pursuit Of The American Dream
    into the past to have and for which he must revive and old dream. Jay Gatsby, the central figure of the the story, is one character who longs for the past...
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  5. The Great Gatsby
    by Mr. Wilson as the car that Jay Gatsby was driving that night, which was result of the death of Mr. Jay Gatsby by no other than the man that looked...
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  6. Great Gatsby
    The Great Gatsby was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, published by Charles Scribner’s Sons, and copyrighted in 1925. The book takes place mostly in a small town near New York known as West Egg during the 1920’s. <br /> One of the main...
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  7. An Analysis Of Gatsby’s Success And Failure
    An Analysis of Gatsby’s Success and Failure<br /> Summary: Why Gatsby failed to achieve Daisy? To some extent, it may be a tragedy of society and Jay Gatsby’s fault. He was born and grew up in an era of decayed social and moral value. Further...
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  8. The Great Gatsby : Nick Carraway’s Perception
    Every character in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, holds significant symbolic meaning, but none support the theme of Easterners compared to Westerners as wholly as Nick Carraway. In an impartial manner, Nick narrates and states his...
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  9. The Causes On Gatsby's Trgedy
    The Causes of Gatsby’s Tragedy 3.1 Social reality leading to his failure and tragedy The central object of The Great Gatsby is clearly Gatsby himself, a much...
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  10. Themes In The Great Gatsby
    The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Like Fitzgerald, Nick Gatsby is a young man from Minnesota, educated at an Ivy League school, who moves to New York after...
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  11. Great Gatsby
    Taylor McDonald Mrs. Zinsitz English III- 1 19 Feb 2010 Gatsby “Great” or “Not” Jay Gatsby is a man of many characteristics. He has a good and a bad side to him...
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  12. The Great Gatsby
    1)1. American dream is a kind of ideality and aspiration of achieving richness, free belief, and new political ideas since the Europeans immigrated to the North America. It...
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  13. The Great Gatsby: The American Dream
    The intricate novel based on the American dream, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, explains many facets of how the American dream is not as wonderful as it seems...
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  14. Nick Carraway - Biased Narrator Of The Great Gatsby
    Nick Carraway – Biased Narrator of The Great Gatsby Is Nick a reliable narrator? Consider discussing his observations of any two or three Gatsby, Daisy, Tom and/or...
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  15. The Great Gatsby
    Traditionally, Americans have sought to realise the American dream of success, fame and wealth through thrift and hard work. However, the industrialisation of the 19th and...
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  16. Great Gatsby
    The Great Gatsby Choose a novel or short story in which the writer’s method of narration (such as first person narrative, diary from, journal...) plays a significant part...
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  17. Gatsby
    The only question with wealth is what you do with it. - John D. Rockefeller When you lack money, that is a problem. When you have too much money, that also creates problems...
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  18. Gatsby
    An anonymous person once said “Literature opens a dark window on the soul, revealing more about what is bad in human nature than what is good”. Literature can cause and take...
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  19. The Great Gatsby
    : Daisy In The Great Gatsby, the character of Daisy Buchanan has many examples that revealed an unhappy life and a way to endure it by being selfish, cold...
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  20. American Liffestyles In The Great Gatsby
    The Great Gatsby Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye. Gatsby’s "books" An owl-eyed man at a Gatsby party sits in awe in...
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  21. The Great Gatsby Analysis
    The Great Gatsby Post-It Assignment I. Paradise a. Gatsby 1. “I think he half expected her to wander into one of his parties, some night,” went on Jordan...
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  22. a Rainbow Of Meaning In The Great Gatsby
    A Rainbow of Meaning in The Great Gatsby In The Great Gatsby, a wonderful novel written in 1925 by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby attempts to win over his lost love by...
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  23. The Great Gatsby; An American Love Story?
    The Great Gatsby; an American Love Story? Many people say that The Great Gatsby is a great American love story. This isn’t the case. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott...
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  24. The Great Gatsby
    Jay Gatsby is one of the most interesting and memorable males in fictional literature, even though he is not a dynamic and changing character during the novel. In fact, Jay...
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  25. Importance Of Color In The Great Gatsby Fitzgeral
    Importance of Color in The Great Gatsby Fitzgerald              In literature, colors are often purposefully chosen for different characters to represent the...
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  26. The Great Gatsby
    In the novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald depicts Jay Gatsby’s dream of reliving the past and rekindling his love with Daisy Buchannan. This causes Gatsby to...
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  27. Gatsby
    F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby gives insight into America’s societal flaws during the 1920s. Fitzgerald conveys the idea that the American Dream was more...
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  28. Gatsby And The Obscene American Dream
    Faizan Syed Instructor: Christopher Simeone English 251 26 October 2009 Gatsby and the Obscene American Dream Jay Gatsby, from Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, is...
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  29. Great Gatsby
    First off let me explain what the term the “Lost Generation” means. It refers to the loss of innocence in society after WWII. The Great War changed everyone’s outlook...
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  30. Gatsby
    the main protagonist Jay Gatsby is presented as being great in several senses, such as being a romantic, the way he is perceived, his potential, this greatness is...
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