Theme Of Conformity In The Great Gatsby

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The Theme of Conformity In The Great Gatsby by, F. Scott Fitzgerald, conformity is brought on by Daisy. In those days, men were still seen as superior to women. She mentioned that she felt it was better to be a beautiful fool and get the man with all the wealth, then to be intelligent. She pretends to be a picture perfect wife even when she is completely unhappy with her life and ends up forgetting whom she really was before, therefore conforming to society. We could see that she has attributes that go beyond what everyone else sees. We loose this part of her due to the fact that she tries to hide them to fit in. In One Flue Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by, Ken Kesey, everyone in the asylum is labeled as crazy and insane by society. We know
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