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Themes of the great gatsbyJucajha Smith
Money and materialismEverybody in the novel is money hungry, regardless of whether they were brought into the world with money(Tom, Daisy, Jordan, and Nick to a lesser degree), whether they made a fortune (Gatsby), or whether they're enthusiastic for more (Myrtle and George).
Society and classThe novel draws clear qualifications between the type of money you have: old money (inherited) or new money (earned). What's more, there is additionally a reasonable difference between the ways of life of the well off, who live on Long Island and drive openly to Manhattan, and the average workers individuals inherited money club is as yet alive.
Lies and deceitNick may state that he's one of only a handful couple of fair individuals he knows, however we're not entirely certain about that. The Great Gatsby is worked around untruths, and for what reason should this be any unique? Individuals are intrinsically exploitative, regardless of