The Great Gatsby is strong and wonderful novel written by American author F.Scott Fitzgerald in 1922, it represents the American dream in twentieth century. It’s written by using intelligent and even poetic phrases. The great Gatsby is the story of one man’s futile pursuit finding happiness through wealth, and the disappointment that necessarily follows. Gatsby is great hero because of his ability to live the American dream through hard work and determination, although he did sacrifice his morals and ethics to obtain it.
I. Gatsby lives his American dream through hard work
1. have capacity to hope, dream, and love
2. His Dream involves him to meet daisy again.
3. Working hard – military.
1. Gatsby has determination to get daisy back into his life. 2. Gatsby has a goal to leads their routes to meet once again. 3. Gatsby is willing to sacrifice anything for his admiration with a married woman. III. Sacrifice his morals and ethics to obtain it.
1. Gatsby sacrifice his life for daisy.
2. Gatsby is not at all the man he claims to be.
3. Gatsby sacrifice for his country that he was a solider in the military. IV.Conclusion.
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