The book, The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, deals with the issue of morals and humanity's errors. A lack of moral values and convictions within the characters of The Great Gatsby leads to their own downfall. As examples of humanity's wrongs, Fitzgerald uses the characters of Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan. Gatsby represents the broken heart that cannot let go while Daisy gets caught in a glimpse of greatness and lacks any type
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of humanity's lack of morals. The lack of morals within the characters of Daisy and Gatsby are evident throughout the entire book. Gatsby is an example of the American Dream in the way he earned his money and earned himself a quick social standing, but the one thing which tormented him was his broken heart. Daisy is the character that turns Fitzgerald's story from a tale of lost love to a story of unhappy lives.