Examples Of Idealism In The Great Gatsby

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The Great Gatsby is a great book written in the 1920’s. The book consists of several wealthy characters. All of these characters have let their money get to their head. In such a way that they don’t see the world for what it is. They use their money to try and change it. This makes them idealist. Idealism is seeing the world the way you want to see it and not for the way that it really is. There are many examples of this in the book, but here are just a few. You can see Idealism mostly in Mr. Gatsby. He is an idealist because he hasn’t seen himself as losing Daisy yet. You can see that because he throws a party hoping that one day she will come wandering in. So that he can then sweep her off her feet and take her back. It is known that

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