Essay about Gatsby

An innumerable amount of people come to the United States in the hope of getting the chance to achieve the American Dream. The American dream is the illusion that anyone in the world can achieve their wildest dreams not matter how unattainable. In The Great Gatsby authored by F. Scott Fitzgerald; the deception of the one and only American Dream is portrayed through a multitude of symbols, characters and figurative language.

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Dear Everett Public School Readers

Imagine this: You are hungry and you glimpse at a bright, yellow and a red McDonalds sign. You drive towards the sign and when you reach at their restaurant, you open the ringing door and smell a sweet and pleasant odor. Suddenly, the aroma of a tasty burger comes up to you and you go straight to the counter.

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What is a what is a Whangdoodle?

You may ask, and that is the exact same question that Lindy, Tom and Ben had when they met Professor Savant-who they met on at a zoo visit and ran into again after a dare on Halloween night. After meeting for the professor for the first time, he tells them about this mythical creature named “the Whangdoodle” and Whangdoodleland, were the creature lives.

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