Great Gatsby and Money
Throughout The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, many important themes are prevalent; one of which is money. Money plays an important part in the book, for it is a deciding factor in many events and controls many of the main characters. Daisy's voice is a symbol for money, her voice and her whole personality is controlled by money. One character that is ultimately created and run by money is Tom.
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whole lives are controlled and influenced by money. It is sad that people put so much value on money. People value money more than they should; they put money in front of everything else. Some people get obsessed with money and devote their whole life to making more and more money. F. Scott Fitzgerald is trying to show how Americans care about nothing but money and how greed can take them over and consume them.