What is ironic about gatsby's success in the great gatsby?
a. he uses his wealth to throw elaborate parties that make him locally famous.
b. despite all his wealth, he still can't afford to travel to europe or asia.
c. he has everything that the american dream promises, and he still isn't happy.
d. unlike others in west egg, he started out as the poor son of unsuccessful farmers.
He has everything that the American Dream promises and he still isn't happy ( C)
The Great Gatsby was an American novel written in 1925 by F. scoot Fitzgerald who was an American Author. this novel was all about people living in a fictional area/towns .
In the novel Gatsby had attained success which included great wealth and status as a socialite in the fictional Novel but he remained unhappy because he wanted to spend his life with his love Daisy and that he couldn't achieve. this simply means that you cant actually get everything you want your way
Explanation:The American dream is representing the ideal of living which is including available opportunities for all citizens and equality between them that will allow them to achieve any goals that they want to have in life. Since the world is tending towards equality and freedom it is possible and realistic for all people to achieve and chase their dreams. We all know that it is not hard to accomplish any high goal and people must put many efforts into them if they want to live it. It is important to respect other people's lives and to work hard for the future that we want to.
1 - a
2 - a
3 - c
4 - b
5 - d
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