The Role Of The Rich In The Great Gatsby

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“The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald speaks very stridently of “class”. He permeates clues and different sayings about how the bourgeois people talk and how they act among themselves. For example, “What’ll we plan?; What do people plan?.” Daisy had said this as a innuendo to her surroundings that the “rich” people that had so much money, have no idea what to do with their fortunes. This implied that the rich people only do one thing, which is just hang out with each and basically drink alcohol. A facet of the ‘rich class” would be hollowness because all they have to live with is their wealth, and with good fortune some seem unhappy. They often feign that they actually like one another when in reality they don’t. The wealthy never want
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