Incorporation of the American Dream in The Great Gatsby
In the novel The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author incorporates the aspect of the American Dream to develop the story. The American Dreamís goals embody the story to show how one can attempt to put effort into accomplishing oneís aspirations in life. Throughout the novel, Fitzgerald gives various examples of different characters so called American Dream. Some characters are able to
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story through the characters. The dreams of each of the characters are different but one thing never changes. It is that they all desire something in life, and everyone, somehow, strives to get it. They worked and worked and worked at it until they accomplished their goal or they did not rest like Gatsby and one can see what happened to him.
Fitzgerald, F. Scott. The Great Gatsby. New York: Charles Scribnerís Sons, 1925