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People say money does not matter only love does Well that is not true in this story The Great Gatsby One of the main characters named Gatsby was in love with a girl named Daisy Both of them loved each other but Daisy was from a wealthy family on the other hand Gatsby was very poor Both of them lived in Louisville Daisy could not wait for Gatsby when he went to the war When he came back and studied for a couple months in Oxford he received a letter from Daisy telling him that she has married the equally upper-class Tom Buchanan That shows us that money does matter and what happen to Gatsby is almost the same as what had happened to Fitzgerald because he was in love with a girl name Zelda too but she would not marry him because he wasnt rich Fitzgerald writes more of himself into the character of Gatsby than the character of Nick First Gatsby and Fitzgerald were both poor at first and not liked by society Secondly Gatsby was in love with Daisy but he could not marry her just like Fitzgerald could not marry Zelda That why the author Fitzgerald and his character Gatsby from his novel are similarFirst Gatsby and Fitzgerald were both poor at first and not liked by society Both of them tried to fit in with the society by throwing big parties to get attention Both of them went to war and they were poor Fitzgerald wrote his first novel which made him rich and famous In the other hand Gatsby used to work at a drug store and oil business He also sold alcohol so he could become rich When both Gatsby and Fitzgerald became rich and started throwing parities they became popular in society Despite that Gatsby did not have a lot of people attend his funeral even though he frequently had house guests Fitzgerald did not have a
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