Decline And Loose All Hope After The Fall Of The Great Gatsby

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In The Great Gatsby, fascinating novel by Fitzgerald, Gatsby, the main character, begins to decline and loose all hope after the fall of his illusions. Gatsby had lived for five year immerged in a world of his own, created by his fervid imagination to gain the approval of the girl he loved. When he realizes she isn’t enough in respect to his dreams, and that he has lost her, he begins to decline and loose all faith in life. His lost of hope leads to his end, both emotional and social, therefore George Wilson made Gatsby a favor by killing him and giving an end to his disastrous decline. The fall of Gatsby’s illusions, is mainly caused by the excessive hope and expectations Gatsby had towards Daisy, which she couldn’t possibly fulfill. Gatsby
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