In the Great Gatsby, the author tells us a story about a man whose name was Gatsby, when he final became rich by his own effort, his lover can not accept him at all, people around him were just made use of his money, and they still looked down upon him because of his poor background. What a sad story! Through this story, we can learn that money is not so useful, maybe we can use money to buy a lot of things, but it does not mean rich can present everything. Gatsby’s
As we think about art and we think about beauty and the role that this poem plays in our lives, it enables us to explore the full range of human emotions in relationship to this poem. We often hear that art imitates life. Art shows us who we are. And that 's why we enjoy it. It helps us see our good experiences and our not so good experiences.
The Great Gatsby gives the sensation that there isn’t any spiritual values in the upper class families. One may also get the feeling that the east is a location where money may impact those that live there in a negative manner. An example maybe about Daisy Buchanan and Tom a wealthy espoused couple that evaluates others depending on their wealth. A great example of that is when Daisy was in love with a gentleman named Jay Gatsby and she couldn’t marry him because he didn’t have enough money to his name. He then tried everything of his power to save up so that he can make it up to the
In his mind, Thoreau was able to buy dozens of properties with riches that he did not own. “I had but ten cents in the world…” (380). The writer clearly did not have an abundance of wealth in any way, shape or form, but the money he had is not what made him rich. His humility in any situation is what made him rich. His attitude in any aspect is what made him wealthy.
The trash is not just something that gets thrown away, and neither are the pickers. Every person that works at the dump is there for a different reason. Some do it to help support their families, some because they have nowhere else to go, and some have been doing it their whole lives. Every picker has a story, and reason to be there. Vik Muniz tries to show part of their personalities, and stories in his work.
(“10 Critical Pros And Cons Of Illegal Immigration” ). The number of immigrants that do not pay their taxes is too limited for it to be considered a burden to our economy. Most of them also do not even receive back their taxes, they just pay them. The cost of deporting all of them would be too immense. There are millions of undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.A., it would be almost impossible to deport every single one of them.
As i said in my previous reasons on why i agree with Twain is how floyd mayweather and how he just waste his money by burning it or buying things he has already. With the kardashians too you never really hear about them giving back to less fortunate with the money they’re buying ridiculous things with that they really don’t need like $1,000,000 cars and thousand dollar clothes that’ll they’ll probably only wear once. If the wealthy people actually thought about other people other than just themselves and give some of their money to the less fortunate or it doesn’t have to be money you could also give them clothes and food too or how these wealthy people buy multiple million dollar houses they could get a nice little home for someone who doesn’t have anywhere to live. If they helped out a little more the rate of people being homeless would probably
Back then in “The Plague” they could not do much as of “helping” them out with that disease. We have the cure for everything that is out there, but the government wants you to sell your soul to get it. Let that sink in for a minute okay. The government has SO MUCH MONEY, how come our school or we still in debt are not well up to date? They keep putting money down on things that does not help us out.
According to Gaskins (2010), art reflects what we feel, think, practice, believe, or imagine. Many people also say that doing art is also a way to relax ourselves and it also help to keep our mind away from something bothering us. Love is not an uncommon topic in art and it’s undoubtedly the most wide-spread theme in the field of art. Many of us express our love through arts, songs,
“We're all different from you. You see, we were born different. It's in our blood,” says Tom during a conversation with Gatsby. A gap between the rich and the poor is evident throughout the novel. What the American Dream is fixated on is wealth, but as Philip Cross mentions in his article, “No group occupies the moral high ground.