How Did Gatz's Dream Affect The Great Gatsby

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In the novel The Great Gatsby, by F.Scott Fizgerald, you will see the hope of a man with the name James Gatz who in the book goes by the name of Jay Gatsby, he has a dream or kind of hope to be together with Daisy. James Gatz is a very wealthy man who enjoys throwing parties which contains mostly other wealthy people and most of the people that come to his parties are usually uninvited. He made his fortune so that he could go after his dream. James gatz main trait is hope and this affects him in many ways one of the ways which this affects him is money because he made all his money just so he could go after his dream, another way how is dream affects him is his feelings and how he acts when he is around Daisy, and finally the third way on how his dream affects him is his judgement when he is around Daisy. …show more content…

Involuntarily I glanced seaward and distinguished nothing except a single green light, minute and far way that might have been the end of a dock when I looked once more for Gatsby he had vanished, and i was alone again in the unquiet darkness.”(P.21) Gatsby for some reason symbolized the green light at the end of Daisy's dock as a symbol for his hope and dreams and the quote gives the reader an idea on how gatsby feels about her as an example when he (trembles). So whenever Gatsby sees this light at the end of Daisy's dock it just reminds him of his hope and dreams that includes Daisy and is why he has worked so hard to get his

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