The Great Gatsby By: Adam Jdahim

The Great Gatsby is about a man who fights his way from lower to upper class, only to find that his wealth cannot afford him the privileges enjoyed by those born into the upper class. He eventually gets killed after he attempts to get back with his old love, Daisy Buchanan and reveals that love is very complex.


"he says he's read a Chicago paper for years on the chance of catching a glimpse of Daisy's name." (Fitzgerald 64)

"You must know Gatsby." "Gatsby?" demanded Daisy. "What Gatsby?" (Fitzgerald 19)

"Gatsby looked at Daisy in a way every young girl wanted to be looked at" (Fitzgerald 80)


Gatsby: A man who grew up poor and rose his self to wealth and "Power".
Daisy: Tom's wife and is Gatsby's true love.


Symbol: The green light represents how Gatsby is still in hope with getting back with Daisy.

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