Theme Of Vice In The Great Gatsby

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Vice is immoral or wicked behavior according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. One thing that comes to mind is relationships between people. There are bad relationships and good relationships and sometimes it’s not up to us to decide if such relationship is good or bad. In bad relationships, things such lying, cheating, abuse, are all examples of vice. In Scott Fitzgerald’s book, “The Great Gatsby”, the relationship between Daisy and Gatsby could be considered a virtue or a vice from different perspectives. Daisy and Gatsby go way back before the war. The two loved each other and Daisy made a promise to Gatsby to wait for his return. She does not keep the promise and marries Tom Buchanan. Evidently, the night before marriage Daisy gets
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