The American Dream as portrayed in The Great Gatsby is the reality of the love of money. The characters in the novel dwell on the fact that they have money. The novel is about the power of money.
Daisy is the main character who fulfills the American Dream; being rich. Her lifestyle revolves around money. It is impossible to imagine her without it. When observing Daisy, it is natural for the reader to experience envy.
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view their money. Gatsby is money but is also the essence of vitality and hope and dreams coming true. The Buchanans, on the other hand, are hard, cold money, representing selfishness.
The American Dream is portrayed correctly in The Great Gatsby. In order to live out the dream, one must have money. Nothing else can make a person happy. Money can be mistaken for love and freedom. But, without money, one is considered a failure.