Examples Of Alienation In The Great Gatsby

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In America, years immediately following World War I were characterized by anger and disillusion. F. Scott Fitzgerald, the novelist, displays in The Great Gatsby he shows how Jay Gatz is a victim to alienation from society and from Daisy Buchanan. In the novel, the character is alienated because of his behaviors. The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, he displays the corrupt moral values of the society and culture, also their assumptions, Jay Gatz is alienated because of his class he is killed as a result of alienation.

During that time, Gatsby appeared to be strange to others in society and is punished for that. Jay honestly didn't care about how he came off to people because nobody ever stopped to get to know him. The people in Long Island
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