Last but not least Gatsby’s parties symbolize how artificial wealth is, the people who attend Gatsby parties think that he is leaving this life where he is above of everyone else that around him and he cannot be touched. One also sees that the people attending these parties think Gatsby is living the American Dream. This is not true because one sees that Gatsby greed has gotten him nowhere. Last but not least Gatsby greed gets him in the grave. Although Gatsby and Daisy had a history, he cannot come in five years later and think he can win her back from another man.
This club would allow for the refuges to obtain their letters of transit as well as earning some quick cash for traveling from gambling in the secret room. Another huge problem that Casablanca places emphasis on is that the German and French never see eye-to-eye. German Nazi’s were not happy about the letters of transit and would do anything to make sure that it stopped happening, for example shutting down Rick’s club. Rick Blaine: In my eyes Rick symbolizes control. When the movie
Scout gave in to the lie that, “Any stealthy small crimes committed in Maycomb were his work” (Lee 10). In result of Boo’s low social development, many people did not know what he was like, and just assumed that he was evil. The residents of Maycomb all knew each other very profoundly; however, Boo Radley was the most unknown man to the population. He and his family were blamed for almost every wrong thing that occurred in the town. Scout Finch observes that Boo Radley had been extremely generous to his fellow neighbors, but the Finches never paid him back, “We never put back into the tree what we took out of it; we had given him nothing, and it made me sad” (Lee 373).
Myrtle also suggested that morality has been long dead inside men and they “will cheat you every time. All they think of is money” (p.21). During this time, Government had prohibited the purchase and use of alcohol, which made people to crave for it
He doesn't get rights to say something so that gets him angry. For example, when Candy goes into Crooks room, Crooks gets mad because he is not getting the rights he wants. He said "I ain't sure I want you in her no more. A colored man got to have some rights even if he don't like em"(80). Crooks is tired of everybody going to his room without asking.
Tho it is hard to see until the very end of the play, A Raisin in the Sun written by Lorraine Hansberry shows Walter Younger is a big dreamer and wants to be rich. Younger is a very selfish man and shows his selfishness through his sacrificing of the family money. When the Younger family inherits ten thousand dollars from the death of a family member, Walter goes crazy trying to get his hands on the money to invest in the liquor store downtown. His selfishness is shown when Mama gives him what is left of the life insurance and he is told to save a generous amount of money for Beneatha’s schooling and then he can keep the rest for saving up. Instead of doing what he is told to do, he invests in the liquor store with his two other friends.
However, he is not real family to Huck. Even though they are genetically related, the relationship between Huck and Pap has none of the characteristics that make up true family such as trust and wanting what is best for the other person. Huck is at the receiving end of an abusive relationship with his father. Pap is a lazy, alcoholic, racist, and contumelious man who doesn’t truly care about Huck. As a wretched drunk, in and out of jail, Pap is part of the lower class in society due to the fact that he spends all of his money on whiskey.
To Kill A Mockingbird [Bob Ewell] Bob Ewell is a critical character in To Kill a Mockingbird, his malicious ways would not only bring turmoil to Scout and Jem's life but all of Maycomb County . The Ewells were the lowest thing next to negros no education, money or a superior social status. Mr.Ewell would often have a slight desire to change this, but the power of laziness always overcame the desire to do so. The only form of income that the family acquired was a welfare check from the government. The revenue from the check was spent on alcohol and other pleasures that Mr.Ewell love to enjoy!
At the beginning of the passage, the audience feels solemnity for the death of Gatsby, but as no one arrives, Fitzgerald creates tension and irritation through the dialogue of Nick and “owl-eyes”. The audience sees that Nick truly never had anyone close to him and his money was not enough to garner all the people that came to his expensive parties. Fitzgerald uses the theme to attack materialists because of how much their lives are dictated by money and how little they care for others. Another interesting aspect of this passage is the entrance and dialogue of “owl-eyes”. He barely even knew who Gatsby was, but he still appeared at the funeral.
‘The Great Gatsby’, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is set in the time of the Jazz Age. An era of parties, alcohol and no morals. Jay Gatsby, a wealthy man who lives in West Egg, is seen flawed due to how he made money through criminality, but is still seen good by Nick Carraway, Gatsby’s new friend and neighbour because of his loyalty and dreamer personality. Tom, Daisy, Jordan and Klipspringer are all in Gatsby’s life for the advantages, but are referred to as the ‘rotten crowd’ when Gatsby dies, and their true personalities are visible. Tom and Daisy are the rotten crowd associated with Gatsby.