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Essay heading: The Great Gatsby
 
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People were intrigued by Gatsby, by his mysterious demeanor. There were a lot of questions surrounding Gatsby, about where he really came from and where he got his money, but he made it work. He represented success to the people who attended his parties, because it was Gatsby who played host to the carousing and revelry that were so pervasive during that period of time...
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And if you were a member of that rambunctious crowd, of the people trying to achieve the "last and greatest of all human dreams", then you were at Gatsby's parties. But the search for euphoria, for absolute happiness through financial and material gain once again proved how flawed it could be. Gatsby never really took part in his own parties, rather he sat back and watched, hoping that one night Daisy would show up and then he'd finally be able to make her love him, or he'd finally be able to claim her as his...
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In The First Three Chapters Of “The Great Gatsby” How Does F. Scott Fitzgerald Introduce His Readers To The Character Of Gatsby?   A Fool'S Gold: The Tragedy Of Gatsby In F. Scott Fitzgerald'S The Great Gatsby   Great Gatsby Questions   The Great Gatsby: Jay Gatsby Vs. Nick Carrawy   The Great Gatsby: Nick Versus Gatsby   The Great Gatsby: Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan   The Great Gatsby: The Ragged Transition from Victorian "Self-Made"   Great Gatsby: Money is corruption.   The Importance of Money in The Great Gatsby   The Great Gatsby- Do s really love cars and money?   How money widens the gap of loneliness in the great gatsby   Great Gatsby and the influence of money and greed on characters   The Great Gatsby- Caracter of Gatsby   The Great Gatsby - "no?gatsby Turned Out All Right In The End?"   The Great Gatsby: Morality And Gatsby  
 
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