Emptiness In Jay Gatsby's Wealth

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F. Scott Fitzgerald, purposefully displays Jay Gatsby’s wealth to reveal his emptiness. He initiates by explaining that after thousands of people, only “servants” stayed with him which shows that no one really cares for him, and that no one would help him when he needs it. Furthemore, Gatsby uses his “bearing parties,” to fill his loneliness and see happiness in other as he watches them enjoy the party. Besides, Jay has hundreds of real “books,” yet none of them have been read which symbolize his lack of education and his need to fill that gap. Moreover, Gatsby represents the perfect man; he is athletic, young and rich. Nonetheless, he has no love, no affection, which support the idea of his emptiness and reveals that money can’t ultimate

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