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The 1920s American Dream involved the progression of all wealth levels socially and economically The Roaring Twenties ended up being the time of the second Industrial Revolution Womens rights and parties For example In1920 theNineteenth Amendmentgranted American women the right to vote which opened up a world of opportunities for Women Spark Notes This time was one for innovators to take charge such as Henry Ford who perfected theassembly-lineproduction method which boosted production of everything Spark Notes The spirit of the 1920s was marked by a general feeling of discontinuity associated with newness and a break with traditions The book The Great Gatsby represents the felling of the 1920s perfectly Jay Gatsby was a central character in The Great Gatsby during 1920s who represented new money Gatsby was a man who thrived during this period he was well known throwing the biggest craziest parties in West Egg showing the high social antics during this time Gatsby had long loved Daisy Buchanan who is not as bombastic as Gatsby but she has always been impressed by wealth and power which relates to the time In The Great Gatsby F Scott Fitzgeralds characterization of Gatsby as insecure contrasts that of Daisy as selfish demonstrates that Outward appearances can be deceptive Gatsby is repeatedly characterized as insecure whose fake appearance leads to his inevitable downfall When Gatsby first appears the apprehensive behavior on the inside of his Gorgeous Fitzgerald 2 exterior suggests he is a fake man who wants to appear as old wealth This false demeanor repeats as he has romantic readiness for Daisy He has become Daisys lover which shows that he is too nervous to go and get what he wants but he wont show this nervousness on the outside Fitzgerald 2 Sutton 2 Gatsby is a wealthy man whose wealth insecurity and want for someone he wont go after will lead to his downfall and eventually his death Gatsby lives in a
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