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Satire in The Great Gatsby
When different characters in the novel are viewed, it is obvious that not all have the same social standings in society. There are multiple layers of irony in the scene of Gatsby's death. They portray the side who have un-succeeded to gain the American Dream. Fitzgerald employs the use of alcohol to show that no matter what the law states, people will find a the Ethics Of Organ Selling way to break it and do what they please. This contributes to a sense of dramatic irony, because the viewer knows more than Gatsby about Daisy's likely decision.
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The Great Gatsby: Compromises
Through the novel, we become aware of the failure of the American Dream through the behavior and moral values portrayed by the society. When the phone rings, Gatsby looks over at it, delightedly assuming that it is Daisy, but is suddenly shot dead by George Wilson. In his quest for love, Gatsby has allowed his obsession for material possessions to empower why the GoreBush election is such a mess him, and shows that he has been already taken over by the flaws of the American Dream. There is also the contrasting form of Juvenalian satire called Horatian satire. The characters involved in these relationships consist of, Jay Gatsby, Daisy and Tom Buchanan, Myrtle and George Wilson, Jordan Baker,.