The Great Gatsby- corruption of the American Dream
By oliviaochsner, Updated
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The Corruption of the American Dream is shown in the storyboard because Gatsby is being showed selling alcohol during the prohibition period which would make him a bootlegger. This is how Gatby made all of his money. Gatsby wanted his life to be perfect, he wanted the perfect house, girl, idems, and social status, though Gatsby got all these thing, he did it illegally.
The Corruption of the American Dream is shown in this storyboard because it is reveled that Meyer Wolfsheim fixed the World Series in 1919. What he did was bribed the stronger team, who everyone was betting lots of money on, to lose on purpose so that when the weaker team lost, he would win all of that money. When people think of baseball, they think about America and the fact that he ruined the Wold Series, ruined the overall American Dream.
The Corruption of the American Dream is shown in this storyboard because our hopes and dreams are important and when you do one thing in your life that messes up your ideal hopes, your path can be destroyed. And also reserve ring your judgements for others is very important because that is what we are taught and it can help you become the ideal person.
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