What Does Greed Symbolize In The Great Gatsby

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The Great Gatsby is one of the most recognizable novels of the time but jet not the best. this novel by F. Scott Fitzgerold, has a love story THis novel also is involved with alot of lies. many critized this nove, wheather is an american dream develop of character and love is and amazing novel. Katthy Schulz in "WHy i despite the great Gatsby" states that "indeed the great gatsby is less involved with human emotion than any novel of comparable fame i can think of" (Schulz). what i think is this kind of character makes people hate them but its also reflected on real life. I belive this character its a good description and how he uses zymbols too because in real life thier are many people with no emotions but not everyone is like that. At the end of the novel, Nick says " they were careless people,…show more content…
THey smashed up things and creature and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness, or whatever it was theat kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made" (Fitzgerold). This adds a little bit of hate toward of his develope of the characters becuase you as the reader never expected that Daisy and Tom could be heartless people and that Daisy chose Tom over Gatzby, but in the end this is a love tragedy novel. well Gatsby love is more of an obssesed and love and at least he die thinking that Daisy called her which we know she

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