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F.Scott Fitzgerald makes a lot of different analogies and adds different themes that were present during his time period that reflect through The Great Gatsby. Throughout this novel, Fitzgerald portrays characters in different manner that develops themes at the sametime. In The Great Gatsby, Nick Carraway is introduced to his conspicuous neighbour who he later finds out is in love with his cousin Daisy who is married to Tom Buchanan, A friend of Nick from college. ┬áThis inclined leads to conflict between the characters. What makes these conflict different is the amount of money they have and how it comes into play within the conflict as well as the theme. Fitzgerald uses Tom and daisy as well as the valley of ashes and the separation of west and east egg as symbols to illustrate the theme of hollowness among the upper class in the Great Gatsby. First, Fitzgerald uses Tom and daisy as a symbol to illustrate the theme of hollowness among the upper class . daisy represents the result of what happens when exposed to such large wealth. It is evident that it took a negative toll on her because of what she says on pg. 17, “i hope she’ll be a fool-that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.” Tom on the other hand symbolizes the impact of money. This is shown when to hits his mistress myrtle for talking about daisy. She specifically says ” daisy! daisy! daisy!, i’ll say it whenever I want to!”. This shows toms impact as far as money because it shows how because he has money he has a sense of power and authority. This incline effects Daisy as well.Fitzgerald also uses The valley of ashes as a symbol for the hollowness of the upper class . The valley of ashes shows the reader the reality of the time period and the reality of the american dream at the time. On Page 23, The valley of ashes is described as ” a fantastic farm where ashes grow like wheat into