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  • The Demise of the American dream about The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald be sure to edit this my spelling and grammar arent the best ever

     

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Published: 06.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The American Dream is what fathers of this country set out for, but yet, sometime between present day and 1776 the dream became skewed as F. Scott Fitzgerald shows in the classic book The Great Gatsby.
Fitzgerald illustrates the demise of the American dream. The lying, scheming, cheating, and unethical characters, shown in The Great Gatsby represent the same people with different names in today's society. Corruption has been part of politics and wealth even before the turn of the twentieth century, but the corruption of this last century seems to be greater than in the one before.
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