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Theme The Rich are careless people Throughout The Great Gatsby F Scott Fitzgeralds characters continuously prove to show that the rich are careless people or that they can afford to not care about others at all The rich people in the book have a sense of being better than everybody else is but not showing it exactly at face value They are completely careless and throw caution to the wind They ignore how others feel and also they dont care about anything that doesnt have to do with them or something they like The rich will hurt people sometimes on accident physically and mentally that they think are of a lower class and dont care about those persons well being whatsoever Some examples of this are Daisy hitting Myrtle while driving Gatsbys car and then not stopping Daisy didnt care at all that she had hit and probably killed someone If Gatsby had been driving he would have stopped he wasnt rich his whole life Daisy was Gatsby told Daisy to keep going because he loved her When Tom was at Myrtles party he hit her and made her nose bleed he didnt care what people said he didnt care that he made her nose bleed he just didnt want her to say Daisy The rich will talk to people who think they are in their circle of society but to them really arent just to hold up their politeness When Tom visits Gatsbys house with his two friends the woman with Tom asked if Gatsby would go with them to lunch she was just trying to be polite No one really wanted him around Gatsby didnt realize this the woman knew he didnt know and she didnt care They just left Gatsbys house before he could get ready The rich are just careless they let things happen to them and it really doesnt matter to them Tom tells Wilson that it was Gatsby that
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