What is fitzgerald telling us about the nature of man? great gatsby ​

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it u understand what he thought at the time and let u know more about him then what third person would of known probably. hope this : )

it wants you to read whatever it gave you. then compare it to the others you read. you need to use textual evidence, and cite anything you do!

hope this !

~courtney

Human nature refers to the patterns of behavior typical to that of mankind. Every man has both good and evil in him. ... In The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, it is evident through the characters that it is in man's nature to be selfish through the act of cruelty, greed, and manipulating others to achieve a goal.

Human nature refers to the patterns of behavior typical to that of mankind. Every man has both good and evil in him. ... In The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, it is evident through the characters that it is in man's nature to be selfish through the act of cruelty, greed, and manipulating others to achieve a goal.



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