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  • Who Is Jay Gatsby, and How Does He Contribute to the Theme of Moral Decay of the American Dream in the Novel of the Great Gatsby?

    Jay Gatsby, being the main character of the novel “The Great Gatsby”, is an important character in terms of how the...

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  • The Decay of American Dream in The Great Gatsby

    The Decay of American Dream in The Great Gatsby The American Dream is a worldwide known idiom and it...

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  • Moral responsibility in The great Gatsby

    Moral Responsibility in Gatsby Bang! Gatsby's dead! George Wilson shot Gatsby! However, who is morally responsible...

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  • The Great Gatsby: Moral Corruption

    The Great Gatsby: Moral Corruption Society tends to have a myriad of unspoken problems that plague its entirety...

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  • Moral Destruction in the Great Gatsby

    The Great Gatsby: The Destruction of Morals In The Great Gatsby, the author F....

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  • The Great Gatsby Morals

    of America can be discovered clearly through the symbolism that he uses in the Great Gatsby. Discuss. The First World War had a...

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  • Morals in the Great Gatsby

    American Fiction, The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald takes place during the 1920's; a time of prosperity, wild and...

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  • Moral Lens of the Great Gatsby

    The Moral Lens of The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald creates a world full of lessons in morality in his novel...

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  • Moral Corruption in the Great Gatsby

    F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the honest and moral narrator, Nick Carraway to portray the many immoral people and their corruption of the American...

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  • "The Great Gatsby", Themes and Moral Lessons

    characters of the books. In The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby teaches us lessons about success, hope, and ethics or...

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  • A Lack of Morals in Fitzgerald's the Great Gatsby

    then enrolled in Princeton, but never graduated. Fitzgerald portrays much of his early life in The Great Gatsby. When Fitzgerald...

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  • Values and Morals of the 1920s as Reflected by the Great Gatsby

    jump in trends, Values and Morals. It was now transportation age people were not confined to their homes and could now go out and socialize....

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  • The Moral Declination of the American Dream as Portrayed in The Great Gatsby

    Andrew Elkins Galloway English 101 (1A) 8 November 2013 The Moral Declination of the American Dream as Portrayed in The...

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  • The "Great Gatsby by "F. Scott Fitzgerald, a story of morals and American idealism

    The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a story of morals and American idealism, this being a major theme of...

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  • F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" Main Characters' Moral Reassessment

    Through the realization of its narrator Nick Carraway, F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby exemplifies the didactic ending...

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  • Moral Quest in the Great Gatsby

    Содержание Введение ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3 Глава I. Понятие женской литературы ……………………………………………...……..………… 5 §1. Теоретические...

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  • ‘the Great Gatsby Depicts a Society Which Exists in a State of Confusion and Moral Chaos.’ Discuss.

    SAC: Critical written response to The Great Gatsby 2. ‘The Great Gatsby depicts a society which...

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  • Moral Vacancy and it's Derivate From Wealth and Social Standing Within "The Great Gatsby"

    The characters in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, are true examples of how moral vacancy is derived from...

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  • Warped Goals is about the selfishness and lack of morals shown by some of the Characters in "The Great Gatsby" by. F.Scott Fitzgerald.

    "The Great Gatsby", by F. Scott Fitzgerald, outlines many themes found in the 1920s. Most of these themes display few...

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  • "Lack of Moral Responsibility in The Great Gatsby" (THEME)good examples & quotes. could use more big words,or add another paragraph for the conclusion.

    Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, many of the characters were careless and superficial. They would only care for themselves and not...

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