The Great Gatsby Ending Journal Analysis

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Great Gatsby Ending Journal
What does the ending of this book say about the overall theme of hope? Is the failure of hopes and dreams unavoidable? What is the purpose of having hopes and dreams? This book interprets the overall theme of hope as what Gatsby had been driven by but in the end did not achieve. The green light of Daisy’s dock drove Gatsby and he believed in it. He was eluded by it in the past, but there was still hope that he would one day achieve his goal. This book shows how Gatsby worked to achieve his goals relentlessly but in the end he failed to achieve his hopes and dreams. The ending of the book interprets that you cannot live in the past, because it will hinder your hopes and dreams. You can have hopes and dreams,

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