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Great Gatsby Essay
Concept of Wellness
Regina D Moses
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Date Created: 08/17/16
 Hudson1 Talia Hudson Mrs. Harris American Literature –period 8 1 April 2015 Money > Happiness  Have you ever had so much money but no one to share it with? Wealth can alter the way  one perceives things. In Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, money is an important aspect of  how the characters behave and live. Wealthy people are selfish and careless according to Fitzgerald. The  Buchannan’s and Gatsby is a prime example of rich unhappy people. Money could buy a lot of  useful possessions. Money doesn’t buy happiness, in fact in The Great Gatsby it leads to  misconception, destruction, and death.  Tom and Daisy Buchannan are the rich couple that lives in the modern mansion in East  Egg. They are the perfect example of unhappy couples. Although they are rich, Tom still finds  happiness somewhere else. When Nick talks to Daisy, She describes her state of being “ I’m p­ paralyzed with happiness”(8). Daisy is trapped in a relationship with an unfaithful husband.  Despite her happiness being deprived, she remains with him because of his undeniable wealth.    Hudson2 Works Cited Fitzgerald, F. Scott, and Matthew J. Bruccoli. The Great Gatsby. New York, NY: Scribner, 1996. Print. 


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