Dramatic Irony In The Great Gatsby

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The classic novel “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald is an outstanding article. The story is a overwhelming. Everyone is trying to live the American Dream. Everyone in the book has a character flaw. Gatsby is a joke! He is trying to be something he is not. Gatsby will be considered as new money. Gatsby is lying to everyone just to fit in. Gatsby believe that he is just going to slide by in life. Gatsby birth name isn’t Gatsby. Dramatic irony has take over the whole book. Gatsby is trying to win over Daisy who is unhappily married to Tom. Gatsby is carless about how I would affect everything. Gatsby doesn’t even tell her himself that he wants her to come over for tea, Gatsby brides Nick so that he can get his dirty work done. Gatsby…show more content…
He tries to be slick and beat around the bush. Tom is a very sneaky guy. He tells George Wilson that Gatsby the one who killed Myrtle. He spreads rumors about everyone. I believe he is the tragic hero through out the story. Tom is a snake. You could only open the door for someone to do better but you cannot make him or her walk through it. I believe its because he has a lot of money. He’s rich, he is old money he was born with a golden spoon in his mouth. Tom also physically powerful, a college footballs star for Yale, and someone whom Daisy calls a "brute of a man, a great, big, hulking physical specimen” (pg.15). Tom believes that he has natural superiority. He's better than everyone else because of his family, his "blood," his station in life. When he wins his little battle of wills with Gatsby, he drives the metaphorical knife in just a little bit more when he insists that Daisy drive home with Gatsby. I think he realizes that his presumptuous little flirtation is over. He acts careless towards his own wife. He doesn’t even care that she is driving back home with the man who tried to take his women. In the story Tom is described, "He had changed since his new haven years. now he was a sturdy, straw haired man of thirty with a rather hard mouth and a supercilious manner. two shining, arrogant eyes had established dominance over his face and gave him the appearance of always leaning
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