As children, we have all dreamt of money, being rich; owning an extravagant mansion, magnificent cars, and being married to a prince or princess. Basically, we dream of the perfect life, with the perfect spouse. Generally, this dream is known as the American Dream, which is the belief that if one works hard, that person will succeed by becoming rich. The topic of the American Dream can be found throughout The Great Gatsby, the most
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one of Gatsby’s most elaborate material possessions, the marble pool, in which Gatsby’s death was brought about by a vengeful act of Myrtle’s husband, George Wilson. This downfall is comparable to the noble intentions and resulting failures of the American Dream, in which class and greed usually overtake the success of becoming rich. F. Scott Fitzgerald portrayed Jay Gatsby’s dream as a resemblance to the American Dream in The Great Gatsby.