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The Title of this story is The Great Gatsby F Scott Fitzgerald published this book in 1925 The setting takes place in Long Island New York City The greed and pursuit of pleasure turns out to be fatal When a Particular material item is needed the greed of wanting it so much can change a persons way of living It can even get to the point of where their character has changed along with it In todays society money is basically what everyone wants and bases their whole life around It can make a person turn into something that they arent Other things in life such as love and romance will act in the same manner It can make someone do something that they would regret because it is something that everyone wants and is something that people feel they need In The Great Gatsby a military man in World War I named Jay Gatsby was left poor with the only clothes he had on his back He met a man named Meyer Wolfshiem who started Gatsby out in the business world where he became very wealthy making most of his earnings as a bootlegger He did his illegal work in order to impress the woman he began to fall in love with named Daisy While Gatsby was in the war Daisy married a man named Tom Buchanan Now with his abundance of money the greed began to change him into somebody totally different Gatsby and Daisy snuck around Toms back because of romance and money Now with his new wealthy life Jay Gatsby lived the life of a king He was greeted by servants and butlers he had his own mansion in which he lived and he threw some of the biggest well known parties Other wealthy people from all over would come to The Great Gatsby house and have a wonderful evening partying and dancing the night away He and Daisy continued to
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