Title: differences of marxism and socialism

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Kathryn W
Date: July 1, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
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The characters, the setting, and the plot are very deeply submerged in a Capitalism that ends up destroying many of them in the end. Fitzgerald's criticism of Capitalism can be seen as a move to subtly promote Socialism, an ideology in which value is placed on the inherent value of an object rather than its market value...

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Fitzgerald makes Gatsby a novel that is not inherently Marxist or even Socialist, but one that is infused with Marxist theory. He does this by denouncing non-humanitarianism, reification, and market value. Fitzgerald implies that the Capitalist system does not work because at the end of the novel, all of the characters that represent typical American Capitalism end up either dead or completely unhappy...

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