By the time Gatsby dies laying listlessly in his pool, Gatsby's personality has been stripped away to a place where we can see how miserable and pathetic his life had become. Even though the guests come to his parties, Gatsby, no matter how many people try to exchange some insight with him, is still detached from the crowd.
With owning his company Mr. Daisy, much like Susan Alexander, always convinced herself that she knew what she really wanted out of life.
The second version of the American Dream is one that has materialistic values, where one's dream is realised with gaining riches and having a high social potential. In Citizen Kane Mr.
This is prevalent in both, with similar characters Gatsby and Kane embodying this quintessential American persona, this idealist, striving for something he has never known. The main characters in both stories are Mr. Kane on the other hand did not have any say in the way he was going to live his life.
When citing an essay from our library, you can use "Kibin" as the author. Leland, who had been drinking past his limit, said things harshly but truthfully.