Literary Evaluation of the Novel the fantastic Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald
A Goal of Corruption
Wealth, assets, and attaining an excellent net worth will be the dreams and fantasies of several Americans. The target to have an improved life is pure essentially, but, for those with fragile wills and simple thoughts, this target can twist their morals and ideals from a fair-skinned maiden to a withered screeching harpy. F. Scott Fitzgerald's THE FANTASTIC Gatsby is a modern-day novel posted in 1925. Fitzgerald implies that material prosperity can have a corrupting through his novel. He does indeed this through the character types of Tom Buchanan, Myrtle Wilson, and Jay Gatsby.
Fitzgerald gives a perfect exemplory case of a morally deficient person through Tom. Tom's only concern is normally keeping his highbred public and his flowing bank-account. Obtaining his cash from his family group, Tom does not have any compassion for the lower school. Tom looks after the "valley of ashes where ashes grow like wheat into ridges and hill and grotesque gardens" with a superincumbent discontent (Fitzgerald 27). He does not understand that it is persons like him who create these valleys. Tom can be a white supremacist. He seems that "the white competition will be utterly submerged" by the minorities (17). That is probably because he has no close friends that are minorities & most if not absolutely all of his business associates are bright white. Tom has arrogance about him, an air of superiority, that he seems provides him control over those around him. Tom also takes wonderful pride in the actual fact that Daisy is normally his wife, not only because she actually is beautiful, but also because she "may be the most expensive item available to buy" (Fetterly 104). She advertisings value to his already