The Beauty Of The American Dream In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby

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The American dream is like saving up to buy the dream car that a kid has dreamed about since day one. Pursuing the American dream may take a whole life time, but those who do never regretted it for a second. The American dream is like a snowflake, no two are alike. Weather it is the pursuit of money, or spiritual fulfilment, everyone 's is different. There are no limits to what someone 's dream could be, and that is the beauty of the American dream. The American dream can be represented by chance/opportunity, wealth/prosperity, and the pursuit of a better life. The American dream is driven by the desire to prosperous and wealthy. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, He writes about a man filled with ideas and dreams that reach for the stars. Wealth and Prosperity can make a man strive to achieve, such as when Nick first makes it to New York and sees all the sights and realizes what he is able to do,”There was too much to read, for one thing, and so much fine wealth to be pulled down out of the young breath giving air”. (4) Nick is just a simple boy but when he see’s what he can become and what he can achieve he is amazed. At just a simple sight a man was driven was all of the sudden driven to become the best he could be and make it far. As well as Nick, in Robert Towne, Robert Benton, and David Newman’s move Bonnie and Clyde They cast a young couple who just to try to make it on their own, and become the biggest and best they can be. Such as when

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