! Fitzgerald portrays idealism as the quintessential world view and unyieldingly berates vacuousness. Taking a position on the subject of contemporary societal structure is unavoidable. Fitzgerald establishes the aspiration for improvement as a crucial component of success. He intentionally paints the affected affluence in a negative light - such as Gatsbyʼs party goers - and urges the reader to contrast Gatsbyʼs worldview with those of Jordan, Daisy, and Tom.
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