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In The Great Gatsby, how does F. Scott Fitzgerald depict the destruction of the ideals and values of the late nineteenth century.

In The Great Gatsby, how does F. Scott Fitzgerald depict the destruction of the ideals and values of the late nineteenth century. How does he show the lack of goodness left in humanity through the characters who surround Gatsby, as well as through Gatsby himself and his life? Include specific examples, quotations, and supporting details from the novel in your response. (5 paragraphs)
 
 

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