The Great Gatsby -symbolism-

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The only part of the dream that he is missing is the girl. Getting the girl is his pursuit in the story. He already has the mansion, the famous friends, the expensive automobile, and the big parties. He is living the American dream Symbolically, i think the story can be related to the pursuit of the American dream...
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Jay Gatsby's longing and attempts for Daisy is symbolic of the pursuit for the American dream. Gatsby sees what he wants, and it appears possible for him to have it. Therefore, he strives for it. He spends most of his time and energy trying to achieve his goals, in this case, Daisy. In the world he lives in, anything seems possible and its doesn't seem absurd to live on a dream...
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