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The Great Gatsby: Daily Journal Prompts. F. Scott Fitzgerald. Marrying for Money. Would you marry for money? Why or why not?. Social Class. Do you think other social classes are better than you? Why or why not? Do you prefer to be in a different social class?.

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marrying for money
Marrying for Money
  • Would you marry for money? Why or why not?
social class
Social Class
  • Do you think other social classes are better than you? Why or why not? Do you prefer to be in a different social class?
crime
Crime
  • Would you ever knowingly commit a crime?
adultery
Adultery
  • Is there a circumstance where adultery should be allowed?
money and happiness
Money and Happiness
  • Are people with money happier?
first impression
First Impression
  • Is it possible to recover after making a bad first impression?
illegal money
Illegal Money
  • Agree or disagree with the following statement:
  • When one comes by wealth illegally, he or she is very likely to pay for it in the end.
american dream
American Dream
  • Agree or disagree with the following statement:
  • It is no longer possible to attain the American Dream (to amass a fortune without compromising traditional moral values)
true love
True Love
  • Agree or disagree with the following statement:
  • If you truly love another person long enough, you will eventually have a life together
old and new money
Old and New Money
  • Agree or disagree with the following statement:
  • There is no difference between a family that has been wealthy for generations and one which was poor until just recently (old money vs. new money).
lifetime love
Lifetime Love
  • Agree or disagree with the following statement:
  • You can and should only be in love with one person your whole life.