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Contemplation of Human Nature through LiteratureMany novels have been written in time to paint pictures of the past The Great Gatsby creating the immoral scenes of that of the Jazz Age shows people thought and emotions Known for its parties and illegal drinking many choose to through the law away for fun and enjoy With New York being a highlight filled with people from the underprivileged to the prosperous This novel shows the contrast on how the prominently wealthy and those of the new money react with each other and how they choose to look at happiness By looking at all the characters in Scott Fitzgeralds novel The Great Gatsby we can see they choose to shroud themselves with ideals to realize true happiness within ones self This surprising idea that is complicated by recognizing the need for everyone to have more than that needed to survive or live well and yet longingly seeking that happiness never to be truly foundEven wealth is not able to leave human nature as Tom Buchanan shrouds himself in his own false intellect His ideas of such falsehood bearing negative repercussions on him in the eyes of those around him gives the mental appearance of that of a child Many of his spoken thought is not truly realized by himself as ignorant and finds it difficult to realize that others are able to tell what his actions are going to be Such as his ability to hide the fact in his choice to shield his interest in other woman from Daisy his wife by giving other reason that he feels her and others should believe for the shear fact he said them Do you mind if I eat with some people over here he said A fellows getting off some funny stuff Fitzgerald 105 this being so that there is no real man but a fetching young lady he
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