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Fitzgerald clearly intends for Gatsbys dream to be symbolic of the American Dream for wealth and youth Gatsby genuinely believes that if a person makes enough money and amasses a great enough fortune he can buy anything He thinks his wealth can erase the last five years of his and Daisys life and reunite them at the point at which he left her before he went away to the warWhen Gatsbys dream is crushed by Daisys refusal to forget the past or deny that she has ever loved Tom Fitzgerald is stating that the American Dream of wealth and beauty is just as fragile However the American Dream does not only have to do with wealth and youth Personally I believe that to some people the American Dream simply means the freedom that we as Americans take for granted The American Dream can also be the ability to work together with people from every corner of the world it can also mean a better way of life or even freedom of religion For example In the USA an Israeli can have a Palestinian over for lunch something that is unheard of in the middle east As a person whos family came searching for the American Dream I can tell you that they have been successful We have been blessed with a better life that we can have never dreamt of in Europe Basically the American Dream can be interpreted in many different ways
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